Do you think an “emergency brake” on migrants’ in-work benefits for four years when there are “exceptional” levels of migration will have the effect of reducing levels of migration to the UK?

Field work dates: 20 February 2016 - 20 February 2016
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: Do you think an “emergency brake” on migrants’ in-work benefits for four years when there are “exceptional” levels of migration will have the effect of reducing levels of migration to the UK?
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20 February 2016
Poll by Survation
Will reduce migration26%
Will not reduce migration13%
Will make no difference47%
Don't know14%

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    As part of the renegotiation. David Cameron announced: An "emergency brake" on migrants' in-work benefits for four years when there are "exceptional" levels of migration. The UK will be able to operate the brake for seven years. Which of the following statements is closest to your view? This WILL have the effect of REDUCING levels of migration to the UK; This WILL NOT have the effect of REDUCING levels of migration to the UK; This will make NO DIFFERENCE to reducing level of migration to the UK.

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