If it becomes apparent that we will not be able to remain in the European single market without allowing free movement of labour from the EU, what should be the Government’s negotiating priority?

Field work dates: 28 June 2016 - 18 August 2017
Data from: United Kingdom, Great Britain
Results from: 2 polls

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Results for: If it becomes apparent that we will not be able to remain in the European single market without allowing free movement of labour from the EU, what should be the Government’s negotiating priority?
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18 August 2017
Poll by Opinium
30 June 2016
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Staying in the single market38%37%
Ending free movement of labour37%33%
Not sure24%30%

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It has been queried by some in the House of Commons whether the UK can remain in the European single market without allowing free movement of labour from the EU. If it becomes apparent that we will not be able to have one without the other, which of the following should be the Government's negotiating priority?

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