If you had to choose between Britain being a member of a Customs Union but not in the Single Market, OR Britain being a member of a Customs Union and a member of the Single Market, which would you prefer?

Field work dates: 28 May 2019 - 29 May 2019
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: If you had to choose between Britain being a member of a Customs Union but not in the Single Market, OR Britain being a member of a Customs Union and a member of the Single Market, which would you prefer?
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29 May 2019
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Just a Customs Union but not in the Single Market23%
A Customs Union and membership of the Single Market (often known as Norway+ or Common Market 2.0)44%
Don't know33%

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    One of the possible Brexit outcomes is a soft Brexit where the UK is more aligned with the EU. This could be just a common trade and tariff policy allowing goods to pass freely across borders (a Customs Union), without free movement of services or people. Or this could mean the UK staying within a Customs Union AND the Single Market (where the EU is treated as one territory with no internal barriers, to allow free movement of goods, services, capital and people with common regulations) - this is often called the Norway+ or Common Market 2.0 option. If you had to choose between these two types of soft Brexit, which would you prefer?

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