If the alternative to accepting the Brexit deal would be for Britain to leave the EU with no deal, do you think MPs should vote to accept or reject the proposed deal?

Field work dates: 26 November 2018 - 29 November 2018
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 2 polls

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Results for: If the alternative to accepting the Brexit deal would be for Britain to leave the EU with no deal, do you think MPs should vote to accept or reject the proposed deal?
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29 November 2018
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27 November 2018
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Vote to accept the proposed deal42%37%
Vote to reject the proposed deal, even if this means Britain leaving with no deal32%33%
Don't Know26%30%

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Imagine it looks as if the alternative to accepting the deal would be for Britain to leave the EU with no deal. In that situation, do you think that MPs should vote to accept the proposed deal/ vote to reject the proposed deal, even if this means Britain leaving with no deal?

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