A survey British adults on storing/buying goods in preparation for a No Deal Brexit.
- One quarter of British adults say they have either already begun or would consider buying and storing goods/items at home in case of disruptions caused by a No Deal Brexit (24%)
- More than one third of adults who voted Remain in 2016 have either already begun or would consider buying and storing goods/items home in case of disruptions caused by a No Deal Brexit (36%), compared with one in six adults who voted to Leave (15%)
- The most popular items to buy/store in preparation for a No Deal Brexit is tinned food (67%) and dried foods (e.g. cereals, rice, pasta) (60%)
- Approaching three in ten adults who have begun/would consider buying and storing supplies in case of a No Deal Brexit, are expecting their items to last up to one month (27%)
Date Published: 21/02/2019
Categories: GB | Politics | Public and communities
ComRes surveyed 2,034 British adults online between 15th and 17th February 2019. Data were weighted to be representative of all British adults aged 18+ and by EU Referendum 2016 result. ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.