Should the UK leave the single market and customs union on December 31st even if it means no trade deal, extend the transition period until there is a deal, or cancel Brexit and request to re-join the EU?

Field work dates: 1 July 2020 - 20 November 2020
Data from: United Kingdom
Results from: 4 polls

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Results for: Should the UK leave the single market and customs union on December 31st even if it means no trade deal, extend the transition period until there is a deal, or cancel Brexit and request to re-join the EU?
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20 November 2020
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6 November 2020
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11 September 2020
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3 July 2020
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Leave the single market and customs union on December 31st even if it means leaving with no trade deal36%33%34%35%
Extend the transition period until we can negotiate a deal that is acceptable to both sides26%24%25%24%
Cancel Brexit and request to re-join the European Union after all25%30%27%27%
Don’t know / not sure13%13%14%14%

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The UK is currently in the Brexit transition period where the UK government is negotiating with the EU about the new trade rules that will be in place after the 31st December. Although the UK is no longer officially a member of the EU it does remain in the single market and customs union until the transition period ends. If the UK and EU are unable to agree a new trade relationship by the 31 December, which of the following should the UK do? Leave the single market and customs union on December 31st even if it means leaving with no trade deal/ Extend the transition period until we can negotiate a deal that is acceptable to both sides/ Cancel Brexit and request to re-join the European Union after all

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