ComRes surveyed 1,002 British adults regarding their attitudes on EU membership and its effect on public services.
Similar proportions of Britons believe that membership of the EU is detrimental (36%) and beneficial (31%) to the delivery of public services in the UK.
A plurality of Britons think that UK membership of the EU makes no difference to the quality of higher education (60%), health and social care services (46%), consumer protection (44%) and regional economic development (40%).
Britons are more likely to feel that EU membership puts pressure on public services in the country as a whole, than in their local area.
Date Published: 05/05/16
Categories: Elections | EU Referendum | Europe | Financial Services | Politics | Public and communities | UK
ComRes interviewed 1,002 British adults by telephone between 18th and 20th March 2016. Data were weighted by age, gender, region and socio-economic grade to be representative of all British adults aged 18+. ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.