Is it right or wrong for the government to set out a negotiating target that Britain will not try to remain inside the European single market, but will instead try to negotiate a new free trade deal with the EU giving us “the greatest possible” access to the single market?

Field work dates: 17 January 2017 - 18 January 2017
Data from: Great Britain
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Results for: Is it right or wrong for the government to set out a negotiating target that Britain will not try to remain inside the European single market, but will instead try to negotiate a new free trade deal with the EU giving us “the greatest possible” access to the single market?
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18 January 2017
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Right thing to do57%
Wrong thing to do21%
Not sure22%

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    This week Theresa May set out what the government will seek to achieve in Britain's exit negotiations with the European Union.
    Below are some of the negotiating targets she set out. In each case, please say whether you think it is the right or the wrong thing to do.
    Britain will NOT try to remain inside the European single market, but will instead try to negotiate a new free trade deal with the EU giving us "the greatest possible" access to the single market

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