How satisfied or dissatisfied would you be if ‘Chequers’ is the outcome of the deal agreed between the UK and EU?

Field work dates: 7 September 2018 - 10 September 2018
Data from: United Kingdom
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: How satisfied or dissatisfied would you be if ‘Chequers’ is the outcome of the deal agreed between the UK and EU?
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10 September 2018
Poll by Opinium
Very satisfied7%
Somewhat satisfied23%
Neither satisfied nor dissatisfied38%
Somewhat dissatisfied20%
Very dissatisfied12%

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    How satisfied or dissatisfied would you be if the deal the UK government agrees with the European Union has the following outcome?
    Trade with the EU: Free and open trade with EU countries with goods, but not including services
    Movement to the EU: British citizens would have no rights to live or work in the EU outside of what would be permitted by individual EU members
    Northern Ireland: No hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland
    EU Budget: UK contributions towards EU budget are for appropriate contributions for joint action in specific areas
    Immigration: There would be no automatic right for any EU citizens to live or work in the UK, with the UK able to set its own immigration policy
    EU rules: The UK would follow EU regulations for goods but can diverge on services
    Trade deals: The UK is no longer part of EU trade deals. The UK has the freedom to strike its own free trade deals so long as the provisions of those do not conflict with EU provisions.

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