Should the UK leave or stay in the EU customs union?

Field work dates: 16 June 2017 - 15 July 2017
Data from: United Kingdom, Great Britain
Results from: 3 polls

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Results for: Should the UK leave or stay in the EU customs union?
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Pollster
15 July 2017
Poll by Survation
30 June 2017
Poll by Survation
17 June 2017
Poll by Survation
Leave the customs union - meaning UK companies would have no automatic right to free trade with the EU and EU companies would have no automatic right to free trade with the UK34%24%27%
Paying a fee to the EU for access to this “customs union” EU companies would also then have an automatic right to free trade with UK companies UK companies would have an automatic right to free trade with the EU34%32%37%
Stop Brexit Negotiations altogether and work to remain in the EU27%36%25%
Don't Know15%9%11%

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Being a member of the EU’s Customs Union, means international trade deals are negotiated at EU level and our trade within the EU is free of any charges or restrictions However, this also means that the UK cannot negotiate its own trade deals with other countries outside the EU. Which of the following options would you prefer for Brexit? Leave the customs union - meaning UK companies would have no automatic right to free trade with the EU and EU companies would have no automatic right to free trade with the UK/ Paying a fee to the EU for access to this “customs union” EU companies would also then have an automatic right to free trade with UK companies UK companies would have an automatic right to free trade with the EU/ Stop Brexit Negotiations altogether and work to remain in the EU

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