Do you think that a payment from the UK to the EU of €55–75 billion to pay off its share of the EU’s liabilities is too high, fair, or that the UK should not pay any money to the EU?

Field work dates: 23 September 2017 - 23 September 2017
Data from: United Kingdom
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: Do you think that a payment from the UK to the EU of €55–75 billion to pay off its share of the EU’s liabilities is too high, fair, or that the UK should not pay any money to the EU?
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23 September 2017
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Too high42%
Fair14%
The UK should not pay any money to exit the EU33%
Don't know11%

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    The EU is an organisation with assets and liabilities.The EU has been clear that when the UK leaves, it is expected to pay off its share of the liabilities: this is referred to as the Brexit ‘divorce bill’ or exit bill. Recent estimates put the net bill at 55–75 billion euros. Which of the following is closest to your view.

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