Survey of the British public on perceptions of the impact of the EU referendum on the British Pound on behalf of FXcompared
- A majority of Britons (55%) say they would be worried about what a vote to leave the EU in the 23rd June referendum may do to the value of the pound.
- At the moment, the British public is divided on whether the strength of the pound leading up to and on the day of the referendum will be an important factor in how they will vote in the referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU. More than two in five Britons (43%) say it will be important, while half (49%) say it will not be important.
For more information: https://www.fxcompared.com/intelligence/pound-exchange-rate-brexit-impact
Date Published: 02/03/2016
Categories: Elections | EU Referendum | Finance | Financial Services | GB | Public and communities
ComRes interviewed 1,002 GB adults via telephone between 26th and 28th February 2016. Data were weighted to be representative of the British public by age, gender and region. ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.