Do you feel that Britain has financial commitments to the EU that it should honour after Brexit, so it is reasonable for Britain to pay £50 billion to the EU as part of the Brexit deal, or that Britain is leaving the EU so its financial commitments should end. It is unacceptable for the EU to demand another £50 billion and we should refuse to pay?

Field work dates: 11 September 2017 - 13 September 2017
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: Do you feel that Britain has financial commitments to the EU that it should honour after Brexit, so it is reasonable for Britain to pay £50 billion to the EU as part of the Brexit deal, or that Britain is leaving the EU so its financial commitments should end. It is unacceptable for the EU to demand another £50 billion and we should refuse to pay?
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13 September 2017
Poll by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research
Britain has financial commitments to the EU that it should honour after Brexit, so it is reasonable for Britain to pay £50 billion to the EU as part of the Brexit deal - much10%
Britain has financial commitments to the EU that it should honour after Brexit, so it is reasonable for Britain to pay £50 billion to the EU as part of the Brexit deal - somewhat13%
Britain is leaving the EU so its financial commitments should end. It is unacceptable for the EU to demand another £50 billion and we should refuse to pay - somewhat19%
Britain is leaving the EU so its financial commitments should end. It is unacceptable for the EU to demand another £50 billion and we should refuse to pay - much42%
Neither7%
Don't know9%

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    Next are some pairs of statements. For each, please indicate whether the FIRST statement or the SECOND statement comes closer to your views, even if neither is exactly right.
    Britain has financial commitments to the EU that it should honour after Brexit, so it is reasonable for Britain to pay £50 billion to the EU as part of the Brexit deal.
    OR
    Britain is leaving the EU so its financial commitments should end. It is unacceptable for the EU to demand another £50 billion and we should refuse to pay

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