Survey of GB adults and their views on Brexit.
Base: All respondents likely to vote and expressing a voting intention (n=1,770)
(% in brackets relate to ComRes/Daily Express poll on 22nd March 2019)
- Two main parties see a small drop in support but still remain neck and neck (33% Con, 33% Lab). If repeated at a General Election it would result in the Conservatives being the largest party but 41 seats short of a majority
- More than two-thirds (68%) of the public, including 59% of Remainers, agree that it is humiliating for the UK to have to ask the EU for permission to delay Brexit, compared to fewer than one-in-five (18%) who disagree
- More than half (52%) of respondents, including nearly three-in-ten Remainers (28%), agree that petitions calling for the UK to remain in the EU are irrelevant compared to the official result of the 2016 EU Referendum, compared to 30% who disagree
Date Published: 26/03/2019
Categories: GB | Politics | Public and communities
Client: Leave Means Leave
ComRes surveyed 2,030 GB adults online between 22nd and 24th March 2019. Data were weighted to be demographically representative of all GB adults by age, gender, region and social grade. Voting intention questions were also weighted by past vote recall and likelihood to vote and all other questions also weighted by 2016 EU Referendum results. ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.