Is the Liberal Democrats’ view on Brexit to go ahead on October 31 even if it means no deal, to delay until we can negotiate a new deal which can be put to a referendum, or to cancel Brexit and remain in the EU after all?

Field work dates: 10 September 2019 - 27 September 2019
Data from: United Kingdom
Results from: 3 polls

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Results for: Is the Liberal Democrats’ view on Brexit to go ahead on October 31 even if it means no deal, to delay until we can negotiate a new deal which can be put to a referendum, or to cancel Brexit and remain in the EU after all?
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27 September 2019
Poll by Opinium
20 September 2019
Poll by Opinium
13 September 2019
Poll by Opinium
Go ahead with Brexit on October 31st even if it means leaving with ‘no deal’4%6%5%
Delay Brexit until we can negotiate a new deal, which can then be put to another referendum14%12%17%
Cancel Brexit and decide to remain in the European Union after all56%57%50%
Don’t know / not sure26%25%28%

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And which of the following do you think best describes the views of the following parties? Liberal Democrats: Go ahead with Brexit on October 31st even if it means leaving with ‘no deal’/ Delay Brexit until we can negotiate a new deal, which can then be put to another referendum/ Cancel Brexit and decide to remain in the European Union after all

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