Do you think it would be acceptable or unacceptable for the UK to compromise during the Brexit negotiations and pay an ‘exit fee’ of up to £20bn, as a one of or in instalments, as the UK’s contributions to spending commitments made by the EU when the UK was a member?

Field work dates: 31 March 2017 - 28 August 2017
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 2 polls

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Results for: Do you think it would be acceptable or unacceptable for the UK to compromise during the Brexit negotiations and pay an ‘exit fee’ of up to £20bn, as a one of or in instalments, as the UK’s contributions to spending commitments made by the EU when the UK was a member?
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28 August 2017
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2 April 2017
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Acceptable18%10%
Not acceptable65%70%
Don't know17%20%

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You may have seen or heard that the government triggered Article 50 this week, which begins the negotiation process necessary for the UK to leave the European Union.
There have been suggestions that the Prime Minister, Theresa May, and her negotiating team will have to make some compromises during the Brexit negotiations.
Do you think it would be acceptable or unacceptable for the UK to compromise in the following ways?
Paying an ‘exit fee’ of up to £20bn, as a one of or in instalments, as the UK's contributions to spending commitments made by the EU when the UK was a member

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