Should UK citizens living elsewhere in the EU be given leave to remain there after Brexit?

Field work dates: 14 February 2017 - 16 February 2017
Data from: United Kingdom
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: Should UK citizens living elsewhere in the EU be given leave to remain there after Brexit?
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16 February 2017
Poll by Opinium
Automatically given leave to remain36%
Given leave to remain if lived there for 5 years25%
Not given right to leave unless meet criteria for non-EU citizens22%
Not allowed to remain and asked to return to the UK3%
Don't Know15%

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    There are approximately 1.3 million British citizens living elsewhere in the EU who have the right to live there because at the moment the UK is part of the European Union. Once the UK leaves, what do you think should happen? British citizens living elsewhere in the EU should automatically be given indefinite leave to remain in the country they live in after we leave the EU/ British citizens living elsewhere in the EU should automatically be given indefinite leave to remain in the the country they live in if they have lived there for more than five years/ British citizens living elsewhere in the EU should not be given indefinite leave to remain unless they meet the same criteria immigrants from other non-EU countries need to meet/ British citizens living elsewhere in the EU should not be allowed to remain in the country they live in after we leave the EU and should be asked to return to the UK.

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