Do you think that once the government has negotiated Britain’s relationship with the EU after we leave, Britain should hold a referendum on whether to accept it?

Field work dates: 11 September 2017 - 13 September 2017
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: Do you think that once the government has negotiated Britain’s relationship with the EU after we leave, Britain should hold a referendum on whether to accept it?
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13 September 2017
Poll by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research
There should be a referendum where we choose either to accept the new agreement and leave, or stay in the EU after all34%
There should be a referendum where we choose either to accept the new agreement and leave, or to leave the EU with no agreement in place7%
There should be a referendum where we choose either to accept the agreement and leave, or to have the government try to negotiate a better agreement10%
There should not be a referendum39%
Don't know11%

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    The government has begun discussions with the EU about Britain's relationship with it after we leave. Some people have suggested that once the government has negotiated this agreement, Britain should hold a referendum on whether to accept it. Which of the following is closest to your view?

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