Given that Brexit is likely to be delayed to after 31st October should the additional time be used to allow the current House of Commons to pass the Brexit legislation, hold a general election, or hold a referendum?

Field work dates: 23 October 2019 - 25 October 2019
Data from: United Kingdom
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: Given that Brexit is likely to be delayed to after 31st October should the additional time be used to allow the current House of Commons to pass the Brexit legislation, hold a general election, or hold a referendum?
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25 October 2019
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Allow the current House of Commons time to pass the Brexit legislation27%
Hold a general election31%
Hold a referendum on what to do next23%
Don’t know / not sure19%

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    After the votes in the House of Commons earlier on this week the Brexit legislation might not be agreed by Parliament in time for the October 31st deadline, and a Brexit delay is likely to be confirmed by the European Union. Which of the following best describes what you think we should do with the additional time? Allow the current House of Commons time to pass the Brexit legislation/ Hold a general election/ Hold a referendum on what to do next

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