Do you think a transitional deal allowing British companies continue to have tariff-free access to the single market for a few years after we leave the EU in exchange for Britain making a financial contribution to the EU and allowing EU citizens to live and work in Britain would be acceptable or unacceptable?

Field work dates: 21 June 2017 - 22 June 2017
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: Do you think a transitional deal allowing British companies continue to have tariff-free access to the single market for a few years after we leave the EU in exchange for Britain making a financial contribution to the EU and allowing EU citizens to live and work in Britain would be acceptable or unacceptable?
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22 June 2017
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Acceptable45%
Unacceptable26%
Don't know29%

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    Some people have suggested that Britain may
    strike a transitional deal when we leave the
    European Union, so British companies continue to
    have tariff-free access to the single market for a
    few years after we leave in exchange for Britain
    making a financial contribution to the EU and
    allowing EU citizens to live and work in Britain. Do
    you think such a transitional deal would be
    acceptable or unacceptable?

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