How would you vote if David Cameron is unable to secure a good deal in his renegotiations, many senior political figures back calls for Britain to leave the EU, business figures are split but assure the public that they are committed to investing in Britain whatever the result, and other EU leaders say they would respect Britain’s decision if we voted to leave and would be willing to negotiate an alternative trade deal? (Order A)

Field work dates: 20 November 2015 - 24 November 2015
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: How would you vote if David Cameron is unable to secure a good deal in his renegotiations, many senior political figures back calls for Britain to leave the EU, business figures are split but assure the public that they are committed to investing in Britain whatever the result, and other EU leaders say they would respect Britain’s decision if we voted to leave and would be willing to negotiate an alternative trade deal? (Order A)
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24 November 2015
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Stay33%
Leave42%
Would not vote3%
Don’t know22%

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    Imagine that David Cameron is unable to secure a good deal in his renegotiations and that many senior political figures back calls for Britain to leave the EU. Business figures are split, but assure the public that they are committed to investing in Britain whatever the result of the referendum. Other European Union leaders say they would respect Britain’s decision if we voted to leave, and would be willing to negotiate an alternative trade deal. How would you then vote on the day of the referendum?

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