Do you think the warnings that Britain leaving the EU without agreeing a deal could cause severe short term disruption, such as shortages of food and medicines, are realistic or exaggerated?

Field work dates: 6 December 2018 - 3 September 2019
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 9 polls

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Results for: Do you think the warnings that Britain leaving the EU without agreeing a deal could cause severe short term disruption, such as shortages of food and medicines, are realistic or exaggerated?
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3 September 2019
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29 August 2019
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15 March 2019
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19 December 2018
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7 December 2018
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Warnings are realistic, and leaving without a deal would cause serious disruption38%41%39%35%36%35%36%35%35%
Warnings are exaggerated or invented, and in reality leaving without a deal would not cause serious disruption42%41%41%47%47%45%44%44%43%
Not sure20%18%20%18%17%19%20%21%22%

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Some people have suggested that Britain leaving the European Union without agreeing a deal could cause severe short term disruption, such as shortages of food and medicines. Which of the following best reflects your view?

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