If the Brexit talks break down and there is no deal, the UK may have to choose whether to remain in the EU, or leave the EU without a deal. In those circumstances, should the final decision be made by MPs voting in Parliament or the public voting in a new referendum?

Field work dates: 31 July 2018 - 7 August 2018
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: If the Brexit talks break down and there is no deal, the UK may have to choose whether to remain in the EU, or leave the EU without a deal. In those circumstances, should the final decision be made by MPs voting in Parliament or the public voting in a new referendum?
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7 August 2018
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MPs voting in Parliament25%
The public voting in a new referendum50%
Don’t know25%

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    If the Brexit talks break down and there is no deal, the UK may have to choose whether to remain in the EU, or leave the EU without a deal. In those circumstances, should the final decision be made by a MPs voting in Parliament or the public voting in a new referendum?

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