Is Boris Johnson in favour of leaving the single market and customs union on December 31st even if it means leaving with no trade deal, of extending the transition until there is a deal, or cancelling Brexit and requesting to re-join the EU?

Field work dates: 9 September 2020 - 11 September 2020
Data from: United Kingdom
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: Is Boris Johnson in favour of leaving the single market and customs union on December 31st even if it means leaving with no trade deal, of extending the transition until there is a deal, or cancelling Brexit and requesting to re-join the EU?
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11 September 2020
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Leave the single market and customs union on December 31st even if it means leaving with no trade deal60%
Extend the transition period until we can negotiate a deal that is acceptable to both sides17%
Cancel Brexit and request to re-join the European Union after all5%
Don’t know / not sure18%

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    And which option, if any, do you think the following party leaders prefer if the UK and EU are unable to agree a new trade relationship by the 31 December? Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Leave the single market and customs union on December 31st even if it means leaving with no trade deal/ Extend the transition period until we can negotiate a deal that is acceptable to both sides/ Cancel Brexit and request to re-join the European Union after all

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