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BBC 5Live Brexit Identity Poll

Poll of UK adults on the impact of Brexit

  • One in four Britons (26%) say they have thought about leaving Britain and living elsewhere.
  • Almost twice as many UK adults agree that Britain’s reputation abroad has been damaged by the referendum result as think it has been improved (46% and 27% respectively).
  • One in four UK adults (24%) say they feel a lesser sense of belonging to Europe after the EU referendum.
  • Six in ten UK adults (62%) say they are positive about Britain’s future after the referendum, while around a third (35%) are negative.

Date Published: 5th September 2016

Categories: Elections | Media | Politics | Public and communities | UK

Client: BBC Radio 5Live


ComRes interviewed 1,032 UK adults by telephone between the 18th and 21st August 2016. Data were weighted to be representative of all UK adults aged 18+. ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.

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