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ITV News Index: EU Membership

ComRes interviewed 2,049 British adults online between 27th and 29th June 2014. Data were weighted to be demographically representative of all GB adults aged 18+. ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.

Date Published: 29 Jun 2014

Categories: Economy | Europe | Politics | Public and communities


·       Last week’s disagreement about Jean-Claude Juncker’s appointment as President of the European Council appears to have damped enthusiasm about British membership of the EU. Whereas last month, nearly as many Brits said they would vote to stay as leave if there was a referendum on the issue (40% and 42% respectively), the “leave the EU” camp has now opened up a seven percentage point lead on the issue.

·      43% of Brits now say that they would vote to leave if there were a referendum held tomorrow, up one from last month. However, the proportion of people saying that they would vote to remain in the EU falls four percentage points to 36%, as the proportion saying they don’t know rises three percentage points to 21%.

Q. If a referendum were held tomorrow on whether or not the UK should stay in or leave the European Union (EU), how would you vote?



Remain in the EU  

36% (-4)

Leave the EU

43% (+1)

Don’t know

21% (+3)

Base: All GB adults (n=2,049)

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