The EU has announced that it will guarantee the current rights of British citizens who live in a EU Member State for their entire lives, including the right to vote in local elections where they live. Should EU citizens who have settled in the UK also maintain the right to vote in local council elections?

Field work dates: 26 June 2017 - 6 October 2017
Data from: United Kingdom
Results from: 2 polls

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Results for: The EU has announced that it will guarantee the current rights of British citizens who live in a EU Member State for their entire lives, including the right to vote in local elections where they live. Should EU citizens who have settled in the UK also maintain the right to vote in local council elections?
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6 October 2017
Poll by Opinium
30 June 2017
Poll by Opinium
The UK should give EU citizens already settled in Britain the same rights that it gives to Commonwealth citizens legally settled in the UK, including the right to vote in both local council and general elections49%48%
The UK should maintain the right to vote in local elections only for EU citizens who have already settled in Britain25%25%
The UK should withdraw the right to vote in local elections from EU citizens who have already settled in Britain8%10%
Not sure18%17%

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The European Union has announced that it will guarantee the current rights of British citizens who live in a European Union Member State for their entire lives, including the right to vote in local elections where they live. Should EU citizens who have settled in the UK also maintain the right to vote in local council elections?

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