Should the transition period be extended because of the COVID-19 outbreak or not be extended despite the COVID-19 outbreak?

Field work dates: 23 April 2020 - 28 November 2020
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 2 polls

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Results for: Should the transition period be extended because of the COVID-19 outbreak or not be extended despite the COVID-19 outbreak?
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28 November 2020
Poll by Deltapoll
24 April 2020
Poll by Deltapoll
The transition period should be extended because of the COVID-19 outbreak48%56%
The transition period should not be extended despite the COVID-19 outbreak38%30%
Don'tknow14%14%

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The British government is meant to be taking part in negotiations with the European Union as part of the process for Britain leaving the EU, but the COVID-19 outbreak has meant these negotiations have had to be delayed. The transition period is set to come to an end on 31st December this year, regardless of whether or not any settlement has been reached in the negotiations. Which of the following do you think would be best for Britain? The transition period should be extended because of the COVID-19 outbreak/ The transition period should not be extended despite the COVID-19 outbreak

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