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CIPFA EU Referendum Survey

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

Client: CIPFA

Methodology

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.

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