A new EU Treaty is being discussed which would give the EU more control over the economies of Eurozone countries. The Treaty would impact on the UK’s relationship with the EU and the UK would still be required to approve this proposed Treaty. Should Parliament make the decision on whether or not to approve the treaty OR should there be a referendum?

Field work dates: 26 September 2011 - 27 September 2011
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: A new EU Treaty is being discussed which would give the EU more control over the economies of Eurozone countries. The Treaty would impact on the UK’s relationship with the EU and the UK would still be required to approve this proposed Treaty. Should Parliament make the decision on whether or not to approve the treaty OR should there be a referendum?
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27 September 2011
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Parliament should have the decision26%
There should be a referendum to decide59%
Don't know15%

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    A new EU Treaty is being discussed which would give the EU more control over the economies of countries in the Eurozone (countries that have the Euro). Although Britain is not in the Eurozone, the Treaty would impact on the UK’s relationship with the EU and the UK would still be required to approve this proposed Treaty. In the event of a new EU Treaty being agreed, do you think that Parliament should make the decision on whether or not to approve the treaty or should there be a referendum?

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