Should there be a second referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU once we know the terms the government has negotiated?

Field work dates: 13 December 2016 - 20 October 2017
Data from: United Kingdom, Great Britain
Results from: 11 polls

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Results for: Should there be a second referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU once we know the terms the government has negotiated?
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20 October 2017
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6 October 2017
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22 September 2017
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15 September 2017
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18 August 2017
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11 July 2017
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20 June 2017
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2 May 2017
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21 March 2017
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17 March 2017
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16 December 2016
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Should be a second referendum35%37%38%35%37%41%38%36%38%33%33%
Should not be a second referendum53%49%49%50%49%48%51%53%52%52%52%
Don't Know13%14%14%15%14%12%11%11%10%15%15%

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Once we know what terms the government has negotiated, should there be a second referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU, where voters can choose between leaving under the terms negotiated or remaining in the EU after all?

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