Should the government stick to the trade agreement with the EU on the movement of goods from Britain to Northern Ireland or should it change the arrangement?

Field work dates: 18 November 2021 - 22 November 2021
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: Should the government stick to the trade agreement with the EU on the movement of goods from Britain to Northern Ireland or should it change the arrangement?
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22 November 2021
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The government should stick with the current arrangement, and keep in place the trade agreement already negotiated with the EU28%
The government should change the arrangement to make the rules exactly the same for Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK, even if this means the EU may respond with counter measures, for example by suspending the current EU-UK trade deal31%
Don’t know41%

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    As it stands, the Brexit agreement reached between the UK and the European Union means that there are different customs rules for the movement of goods into Northern Ireland compared with the rest of the UK. This means that goods arriving into Northern Ireland from the rest of the UK are subject to border checks. Which of the following statements best describes your view? The government should stick with the current arrangement, and keep in place the trade agreement already negotiated with the EU/ The government should change the arrangement to make the rules exactly the same for Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK, even if this means the EU may respond with counter measures, for example by suspending the current EU-UK trade deal

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