Survey of 10,139 residents polled online, across Leave-voting constituencies in England & Wales that returned a Labour MP in 2017 and their views on the Brexit process so far.
• The results paint a somewhat gloomy picture of a divided electorate, certainly, but also of Leave voters let down by the Government’s failure to grasp the Brexit process properly
• There are, however, signs of optimism and a fair degree of support for a new single-aim political party to finish the job off properly
• Significantly too, the poll finds only minority support for a second Referendum or for reversing the result of the first one. This is seen first and foremost about letting democracy run its course
Date Published: 13/08/2018
Categories: Europe | GB | Politics | Public and communities
Client: Brexit Express
Survey of 10,139 residents polled online, across Leave-voting constituencies in England & Wales that returned a Labour MP in 2017. Data were weighted to be demographically representative by age and gender. ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.