Given that MPs have voted down the government’s deal for a second time, which of the following options for the Brexit process do you think the PM should pursue?

Field work dates: 12 March 2019 - 12 March 2019
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: Given that MPs have voted down the government’s deal for a second time, which of the following options for the Brexit process do you think the PM should pursue?
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12 March 2019
Poll by Hanbury
Try to resume negotiations with the EU on the basis of the current deal9%
Try to negotiate a new Brexit deal with Labour support11%
Resign and allow a different Conservative PM to renegotiate with the EU8%
Call a general election to secure support for the current deal7%
Call a second referendum29%
Leave the EU without a deal25%
Don't know12%

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    MPs have voted against the Government’s deal for a second time. Looking forward, there are different views on what the Prime Minister should do next.
    Which of the following options, if any, do you think the Prime Minister should pursue?

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