If Britain and other EU leaders fail to reach an agreement on the new terms of Britain’s future relationship with the EU by the time Britain leaves, who do you think will be most to blame?

Field work dates: 30 November 2018 - 18 September 2020
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 3 polls

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Results for: If Britain and other EU leaders fail to reach an agreement on the new terms of Britain’s future relationship with the EU by the time Britain leaves, who do you think will be most to blame?
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Pollster
18 September 2020
Poll by Ipsos MORI
19 March 2019
Poll by Ipsos MORI
5 December 2018
Poll by Ipsos MORI
The UK government44%48%35%
The EU40%32%27%
Conservative MPs35%35%31%
The Labour Party13%23%19%
Other opposition parties10%10%10%
Brexit campaigners31%28%35%
Remain campaigners15%23%14%
Other1%2%5%
No-one0%0%1%
Don't know7%6%7%

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And if Britain and other European Union leaders fail to reach an agreement on the new terms of Britain's future relationship with the EU by the time Britain leaves, which two or three of the following, if any, do you think will be most to blame?

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