If Britain leaves the EU and instead joins EFTA, like Norway (meaning Britain still has full trade access to EU markets, EU citizens would still have the right to live and work in Britain and Britain still has to follow EU regulations on the single market, but not on things like agriculture, fishing or home affairs) but Britain has to make a financial contribution to the EU, would this be good or bad for Britain?

Field work dates: 31 July 2016 - 14 November 2016
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 4 polls

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Results for: If Britain leaves the EU and instead joins EFTA, like Norway (meaning Britain still has full trade access to EU markets, EU citizens would still have the right to live and work in Britain and Britain still has to follow EU regulations on the single market, but not on things like agriculture, fishing or home affairs) but Britain has to make a financial contribution to the EU, would this be good or bad for Britain?
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Imagine Britain left the EU on these terms:
Britain leaves the EU and instead joins EFTA,
like Norway. Britain still has full trade access to
EU markets. EU citizens would still have the
right to live and work in Britain. Britain still has
to follow EU regulations on the single market,
but not on things like agriculture, fishing or
home affairs. Britain has to make a financial
contribution to the EU.
Do you think this outcome would be good or bad
for Britain?

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