How would you feel if there was a customs union deal that would allow the continued export and import of manufactured goods to move between the UK and EU without tariffs, but would also mean that the UK would follow EU rules in certain areas and be unable to sign independent trade deals?

Field work dates: 3 May 2019 - 7 May 2019
Data from: United Kingdom
Results from: 1 poll

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7 May 2019
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    For the last month, the Conservative and Labour parties have been trying to reach an agreement on a Brexit deal that would be acceptable to both.
    An option they are considering involves the UK being in a customs union with the European Union indefinitely.
    This would allow the continued export and import of manufactured goods to move between the UK and EU without tariffs but would also mean that the UK would follow EU rules in certain areas and be unable to sign independent trade deals

    How would you feel if this outcome was agreed?

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