Do you think the transition period should be shortened, should remain as currently agreed, or should be extended?

Field work dates: 1 May 2020 - 3 May 2020
Data from: United Kingdom
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Results for: Do you think the transition period should be shortened, should remain as currently agreed, or should be extended?
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3 May 2020
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The transition period should remain as currently agreed, ending 31 December 202035%
The transition period should be extended beyond currently agreed, into 2021 or beyond40%
The transition period should be shortened, so that it ends before the currently agreed date of 31 December 20208%
Don't know16%

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    As a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, there have been some suggestions that the transition period for the UK to leave the EU should be extended beyond 31
    December 2020, into 2021 or beyond. Others say that the transition period should remain as already agreed between the UK and the EU, and end 31 December 2020,
    while others say that the transition period should be shortened so that it ends sooner than 31 December 2020. Any change to the transition period would require
    Parliament to agree. Which of the following statements best represents your view on the length of the transition period?

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