Do you think MPs should have voted for or against the ‘Customs Union’ motion, which states that the UK should stay within a permanent customs union with the EU?

Field work dates: 28 March 2019 - 29 March 2019
Data from: United Kingdom
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Results for: Do you think MPs should have voted for or against the ‘Customs Union’ motion, which states that the UK should stay within a permanent customs union with the EU?
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29 March 2019
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Definitely should have voted for the motion12%
Probably should have voted for the motion22%
Probably should have voted against the motion13%
Definitely should have voted against the motion29%
Don't know24%

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    This week MPs voted on a range of alternative options to the prime minister's Brexit plan, to indicate which one had the most support. Now we would like to show you a summary of each motion and ask you whether you think MPs should have voted for or against each motion.
    The ‘Customs Union’ motion: This motion states that the UK should negotiate to stay within a permanent customs union with the EU. This would avoid any custom checks at the borders (e.g. at Dover and the Irish border) but would also mean that the UK would have to agree to European customs arrangements and could not strike any of its own trade deals after leaving the EU.

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