If the Government was to lose the vote on the Brexit deal would you prefer to leave the EU without a deal, to remain in the EU, or to negotiate a ‘Norway’ style deal?

Field work dates: 5 December 2018 - 11 January 2019
Data from: United Kingdom
Results from: 2 polls

Download
Results for: If the Government was to lose the vote on the Brexit deal would you prefer to leave the EU without a deal, to remain in the EU, or to negotiate a ‘Norway’ style deal?
Fieldwork end date
Pollster
11 January 2019
Poll by Survation
5 December 2018
Poll by Survation
To leave without a deal30%32%
To remain in the EU35%40%
To negotiate a ‘Norway style’ deal24%16%
Don’t know11%12%

Combine responses

Choose first group:
Choose second group:
Choose third group:

Select a pollster(s) to filter the graph

Select a mode(s) to filter the graph

Poll details

Full question wording

Another type of deal that could be negotiated would be similar to the Norway style agreement. In this scenario:
The UK would leave the EU and instead join the European Free Trade Agreement.
The UK would still have full trade access to EU markets and EU citizens would still have the right to live and work in the UK.
The UK would have to follow EU regulations on the single market, but not on things such as agriculture, fishing or home affairs.
The UK would have to make a financial contribution to the EU.
What would be your preferred option if the Government was to lose the vote on the Brexit deal on Tuesday [December 11 2018]?
To leave without a deal/ To remain in the EU/ To negotiate a ‘Norway style’ deal

See About these data for possible variations