If the motion (in favour of holding an EU referendum) is passed by a majority of MPs, should the Government commit to accept the motion and take the necessary action to call a referendum?

Field work dates: 20 October 2011 - 21 October 2011
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: If the motion (in favour of holding an EU referendum) is passed by a majority of MPs, should the Government commit to accept the motion and take the necessary action to call a referendum?
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21 October 2011
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The Government should accept the motion74%
The Government should NOT accept the motion9%
Don't know17%

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    The House of Commons vote on the motion will not be legally binding. If the motion is passed by a majority of MPs, do you think that the Government should or should not commit to accept the motion and take the necessary action to call an EU referendum?

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