How many billion pounds do you think the British government contributed to the EU in 2010–11, after deducting the reductions and rebates that successive British governments have secured?

Field work dates: 13 June 2012 - 15 June 2012
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: How many billion pounds do you think the British government contributed to the EU in 2010–11, after deducting the reductions and rebates that successive British governments have secured?
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15 June 2012
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Under £5 billion11%
£5 billion - £10 billion20%
£11 billion - £20 billion16%
£21 billion to £50 billion22%
More than £50 billion31%

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    In 2010–11, the British government spent £692 billion in total. Of this, £105 billion was spent on health care, £58 billion on education, £40 billion on defence and £8 billion on energy and climate change. How many billion pounds do you think, or guess, the government contributed to the EU in 2010–11, after deducting the reductions and rebates that successive British governments have secured? Please answer in whole numbers, you do not need to include the “£” sign.

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