On a scale of 0-100 where 0 means it is not important at all and 100 means it is extremely important, how important is it that the UK no longer being subject to judgments from the European Court of Justice is part of the terms on which Britain leaves the EU?

Field work dates: 21 March 2017 - 9 November 2017
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 2 polls

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Results for: On a scale of 0-100 where 0 means it is not important at all and 100 means it is extremely important, how important is it that the UK no longer being subject to judgments from the European Court of Justice is part of the terms on which Britain leaves the EU?
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9 November 2017
Poll by Ashcroft
28 March 2017
Poll by Ashcroft
0-1010%12%
11-203%4%
21-304%5%
31-403%4%
41-5011%11%
51-6011%7%
61-707%6%
71-8014%8%
81-908%9%
91-10028%33%

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Below are four things that may or may not happen once the UK leaves the European Union, depending on the agreement the government can negotiate with other EU countries. Please indicate how important you think each one is on a 100-point scale - where 0 means it is not important at all, and 100 means it is extremely important for it to be part of the terms on which we leave the EU.
The UK no longer being subject to judgments from the European Court of Justice

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