Survey of GB adults on their voting intention and attitudes towards Brexit.
Base: All respondents likely to vote and expressing a voting intention (n=1,488)
(% in second column relate to ComRes/Britain Elects poll on 6th September 2019)
- ComRes’ latest voting intention shows the Conservatives just ahead of Labour with 30% compared to 29% of the vote respectively.
- Amongst 2016 Leave voters, the Conservatives lead the polls with 48% of the vote. Conversely, amongst 2016 Remain voters, Labour leads with 41% of the vote with Lib Dems on 30%.
- The majority of the British public (54%) agree that irrespective of whether or not they voted to leave the EU, the 2016 Referendum result should be respected.
- Half of the British public disagree (49%) that Brexit should be delayed for a further three months to 31 January 2020, whilst less than three in ten (29%) agree.
- Three in five British adults agree that Brexit has shown that the British Constitution is out of date and needs urgent reform (60%), only one in ten disagree (11%).
Date Published: 11/09/2019
Categories: GB | Policy Makers | Politics | Voting Intention
Client: The Daily Telegraph
ComRes surveyed 2,016 British adults on 6th – 8th September 2019. Data were weighted to be demographically representative of all GB adults. All questions were also weighted by 2017 past vote recall and EU Referendum past vote. Voting Intention is also weighted by likelihood to vote. ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.