A poll of people in select constituencies, that could be considered part of the Red Wall, on their attitudes towards Brexit, an extension, and priorities amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Date Published: 14/06/2020
Categories: GB | Politics | Public and communities
Client: Centre for Brexit Policy
Savanta ComRes interviewed 2,093 UK adults aged 18+ online between 2 and 8 June 2020. Those adults were from the following UK parliamentary constituencies, commonly referred to as the Red Wall: Ashfield, Barrow and Furness, Bassetlaw, Birmingham Northfield, Bishop Auckland, Blackpool South, Blyth Valley, Bolsover, Bolton North East, Burnley, Bury South, Colne Valley, Darlington, Don Valley, Dudley North, Gedling, Great Grimsby, Heywood and Middleton, Hyndburn, Leigh, Newcastle-under-Lyme, North West Durham, Penistone and Stocksbridge, Redcar, Rother Valley, Scunthorpe, Sedgefield, Stoke-on-Trent Central, Stoke-on-Trent North, Wakefield, West Bromwich East, West Bromwich West, Wolverhampton North East, Workington. Data were weighted to be representative of the local population by age, gender, region and 2019 vote. Savanta ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.