Since the EU referendum, NatCen has, as part of its whatukthinks.org/eu project, periodically been tracking voters’ reactions to the Brexit process. To date five surveys have been conducted – in September 2016, February, July and October 2017 and, most recently, in June 2018 – using NatCen’s unique mixed mode random probability panel. Initially the surveys focused on what voters wanted to be included in the agreements between the UK and the EU, while more recently they have been examining how well they think the Brexit process is developing.
At this seminar Prof. Curtice presented the newly published findings from the latest survey. He focused in particular on whether (i) voters’ hopes for and expectations of Brexit have changed since the process began, and (ii) to what extent and how these hopes and expectations of Brexit are influencing voters’ views of the merits of leaving the EU.
- Prof. Sir John Curtice, Senior Research Fellow, NatCen Social Research
- Alex Deane, writer, political commentator and consultant, and former Chief of Staff to David Cameron
When: Wednesday 5 September, 9:00am – 11:00am
Where: NatCen Social Research, 35 Northampton Square, London EC1V 0AX
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