If the government loses a vote of confidence should Boris Johnson resign and make way for a government opposed to a ‘no deal’ Brexit, or call an election for after October 31st so that the UK leaves the EU with ‘no deal’?

Field work dates: 8 August 2019 - 9 August 2019
Data from: United Kingdom
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: If the government loses a vote of confidence should Boris Johnson resign and make way for a government opposed to a ‘no deal’ Brexit, or call an election for after October 31st so that the UK leaves the EU with ‘no deal’?
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9 August 2019
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Boris Johnson to resign in the hope that an alternative government can be formed to avoid a ‘no deal’ Brexit29%
Boris Johnson to refuse to resign and call a general election for after October 31st so the UK can guarantee leaving the EU by that date, even with ‘no deal’40%
None of these11%
Don’t know / not sure19%

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    When Parliament meets in September, it is possible that a vote of confidence will be held against Boris Johnson’s government with the aim of preventing the UK leaving the EU with ‘no deal’. Assuming that the government loses a vote of confidence, what would be your preferred outcome? Boris Johnson to resign in the hope that an alternative government can be formed to avoid a ‘no deal’ Brexit/ Boris Johnson to refuse to resign and call a general election for after October 31st so the UK can guarantee leaving the EU by that date, even with ‘no deal’

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