Should the UK government be willing to make more compromises to achieve a trade deal with the EU, should they not be willing to make any more compromises to achieve a trade deal with the EU or should they not try to reach a trade deal with the EU at all?

Field work dates: 22 October 2020 - 28 November 2020
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 2 polls

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Results for: Should the UK government be willing to make more compromises to achieve a trade deal with the EU, should they not be willing to make any more compromises to achieve a trade deal with the EU or should they not try to reach a trade deal with the EU at all?
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28 November 2020
Poll by Deltapoll
24 October 2020
Poll by Deltapoll
The UK government should try to reach agreement on a trade deal with the European Union and should be willing to make more compromises to achieve that38%37%
The UK government should try to reach agreement on a trade deal with the European Union, but should not be willing to make any more compromises to achieve that40%42%
The UK government should not try to reach agreement on a trade deal with the European Union5%5%
Don't know16%15%

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The UK government is currently in ongoing discussions with the European Union about a new trade deal to come into force after 31st December this year. Which of the following comes closest to your own view?

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