If Boris Johnson is unable to negotiate any significant changes to the Withdrawal Agreement made between Theresa May’s government and the EU, pushes for a ‘no deal’ on the October 31, and the House of Commons votes to force the government to ask for a further extension to the Brexit deadline, do you think Boris Johnson should call a general election?

Field work dates: 24 July 2019 - 9 August 2019
Data from: United Kingdom
Results from: 2 polls

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Results for: If Boris Johnson is unable to negotiate any significant changes to the Withdrawal Agreement made between Theresa May’s government and the EU, pushes for a ‘no deal’ on the October 31, and the House of Commons votes to force the government to ask for a further extension to the Brexit deadline, do you think Boris Johnson should call a general election?
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9 August 2019
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26 July 2019
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Yes - definitely32%35%
Yes - probably22%22%
No - probably not13%12%
No - definitely not14%11%
Don't know / not sure20%20%

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Now we would like you to imagine that Boris Johnson is unable to negotiate any significant changes to the Withdrawal Agreement made between Theresa May's government and the EU. However, if Boris Johnson pushes for a 'no deal' on the October 31st in this scenario, it is likely than the House of Commons will vote to force the government to ask for a further extension to the Brexit deadline. In this scenario do you think Boris Johnson should call a general election?

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