If Britain leaves the EU and agrees a free trade deal with the EU, like Canada (meaning Britain can export goods to the EU without paying tariffs, but the deal does not include services, so does not allow British industries like financial services to export freely to the EU) but has full control over its borders, does not have to follow any EU regulations and does not have to contribute any money to the EU, would this be good or bad for Britain?

Results from 4 polls, conducted from 31 July 2016 to 14 November 2016

Data from Great Britain What should Brexit mean?

If Britain leaves the EU and instead joins EFTA, like Norway (meaning Britain still has full trade access to EU markets, EU citizens would still have the right to live and work in Britain and Britain still has to follow EU regulations on the single market, but not on things like agriculture, fishing or home affairs) but Britain has to make a financial contribution to the EU, would this be good or bad for Britain?

Results from 4 polls, conducted from 31 July 2016 to 14 November 2016

Data from Great Britain What should Brexit mean?

If Britain leaves the EU and instead joins EFTA, like Norway (meaning Britain still has full trade access to EU markets, EU citizens would still have the right to live and work in Britain and Britain still has to follow EU regulations on the single market, but not on things like agriculture, fishing or home affairs) but Britain has to make a financial contribution to the EU, would this respect the result of the referendum?

Results from 4 polls, conducted from 31 July 2016 to 14 November 2016

Data from Great Britain What should Brexit mean?

If Britain leaves the EU and instead joins EFTA, like Norway (meaning Britain still has full trade access to EU markets, EU citizens would still have the right to live and work in Britain and Britain still has to follow EU regulations on the single market, but not on things like agriculture, fishing or home affairs) but Britain has to make a financial contribution to the EU, would you personally be happy or unhappy with this outcome?

Results from 4 polls, conducted from 31 July 2016 to 14 November 2016

Data from Great Britain What should Brexit mean?

If Britain leaves the EU and agrees a free trade deal with the EU, like Canada (meaning Britain can export goods to the EU without paying tariffs, but the deal does not include services, so does not allow British industries like financial services to export freely to the EU) but has full control over its borders, does not have to follow any EU regulations and does not have to contribute any money to the EU, would this respect the result of the referendum?

Results from 4 polls, conducted from 31 July 2016 to 14 November 2016

Data from Great Britain What should Brexit mean?

If Britain leaves the EU and agrees a free trade deal with the EU, like Canada (meaning Britain can export goods to the EU without paying tariffs, but the deal does not include services, so does not allow British industries like financial services to export freely to the EU) but has full control over its borders, does not have to follow any EU regulations and does not have to contribute any money to the EU, would you personally be happy or unhappy with this outcome?

Results from 4 polls, conducted from 31 July 2016 to 14 November 2016

Data from Great Britain What should Brexit mean?

Imagine that Parliament would not vote in favour of Brexit, and that there was instead an early general election with the Conservative party led by Theresa May, Labour by Jeremy Corbyn, the Liberal Democrats by Tim Farron and UKIP by Paul Nuttall. If the Conservatives, Labour and UKIP promised to go ahead with Britain leaving the EU and the Liberal Democrats promised to hold a new referendum on EU membership, how would you vote?

Results from 1 poll, conducted from 13 November 2016 to 14 November 2016

Data from Great Britain The Brexit process

Imagine that Parliament would not vote in favour of Brexit, and that there was instead an early general election with the Conservative party led by Theresa May, Labour by Jeremy Corbyn, the Liberal Democrats by Tim Farron and UKIP by Paul Nuttall. If the Conservative party and UKIP both promised to go ahead with Britain leaving the EU completely, Labour promised to go ahead with Brexit but remain in the single market, and the Liberal Democrats promised to hold a new referendum on EU membership, how would you vote?

Results from 1 poll, conducted from 13 November 2016 to 14 November 2016

Data from Great Britain The Brexit process

Imagine that Parliament would not vote in favour of Brexit, and that there was instead an early general election with the Conservative party led by Theresa May, Labour by Jeremy Corbyn, the Liberal Democrats by Tim Farron and UKIP by Paul Nuttall. If the Conservative party and UKIP both promised to go ahead with Britain leaving the EU, and Labour and the Liberal Democrats both promised to hold a new referendum on EU membership, how would you vote?

Results from 1 poll, conducted from 13 November 2016 to 14 November 2016

Data from Great Britain The Brexit process

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