Should there be a transition period after March 2019 whereby the UK remains in the European single market until more permanent arrangements can be made?

Field work dates: 15 August 2017 - 18 August 2017
Data from: United Kingdom
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: Should there be a transition period after March 2019 whereby the UK remains in the European single market until more permanent arrangements can be made?
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18 August 2017
Poll by Opinium
Yes - for as long as it takes to make arrangements for life after Brexit28%
Yes - but for no longer than a few years32%
No - even if this means leaving the EU without new trading and customs arrangements22%
Don't know18%

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    The prime minister triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, beginning the formal process of leaving the European Union in March this year. This means that the UK will formally leave the EU in March 2019.

    Given the complexity of creating new customs and trading arrangements with other countries, some have suggested a transition period after March 2019 whereby the UK remains in the European single market until more permanent arrangements can be made.

    Which of the following comes closest to your view?

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