Should the UK Government prioritise having continued access to the EU single market or having control over who can enter, live and work in the UK from Europe?

Field work dates: 11 August 2016 - 1 May 2017
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 3 polls

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Results for: Should the UK Government prioritise having continued access to the EU single market or having control over who can enter, live and work in the UK from Europe?
Fieldwork end date
Pollster
1 May 2017
Poll by Ashcroft
28 March 2017
Poll by Ashcroft
22 August 2016
Poll by Ashcroft
0 - Securing access to the single market at all costs10%10%8%
15%4%5%
25%6%6%
35%7%5%
44%6%4%
515%17%14%
66%7%7%
78%9%10%
810%8%11%
95%4%7%
10 - Being able to control immigration at all costs18%14%17%
Don't Know8%6%6%

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Negotiating Britain’s exit from the European Union may come down to striking a balance between having continued access to the EU single market and having control over who can enter, live and work in the UK from Europe, which should the UK Government prioritise? On a 0-10 scale where 0 means securing access to the EU single market at all costs and 10 means being able to control immigration at all costs, where do you think the balance should lie?

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