If the House of Commons cannot agree on a deal do you think we should leave with ‘no deal’ or delay Article 50 and hold a public vote on what to do next?

Field work dates: 30 January 2019 - 20 June 2019
Data from: United Kingdom
Results from: 14 polls

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Results for: If the House of Commons cannot agree on a deal do you think we should leave with ‘no deal’ or delay Article 50 and hold a public vote on what to do next?
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20 June 2019
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30 May 2019
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20 May 2019
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16 May 2019
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10 May 2019
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23 April 2019
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12 April 2019
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29 March 2019
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21 March 2019
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15 March 2019
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1 March 2019
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22 February 2019
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15 February 2019
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1 February 2019
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Leave the European Union with ‘no deal’ in March48%49%48%48%47%46%45%44%46%43%42%41%42%42%
Delay Article 50 and hold a public vote on what to do next40%42%41%42%41%38%42%42%39%43%44%41%42%43%
Don’t know / not sure12%10%11%10%11%15%13%14%15%14%14%18%17%15%

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If the House of Commons cannot agree on a deal, which of the following do you think we should do? Leave the European Union with ‘no deal’ in March/ Delay Article 50 and hold a public vote on what to do next

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