The EU has said that Britain should pay an extra £1.7 billion in contributions to reflect our healthier economy (as the amount each European country pays towards the EU budget is based upon each country’s economy). Which best reflects your view?

Field work dates: 26 October 2014 - 27 October 2014
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: The EU has said that Britain should pay an extra £1.7 billion in contributions to reflect our healthier economy (as the amount each European country pays towards the EU budget is based upon each country’s economy). Which best reflects your view?
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27 October 2014
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David Cameron should pay the extra money to the EU - if our economy is better, it's only fair we contribute more9%
David Cameron should try to get the European Union to drop the demand, but if he cannot we should pay - we need to play by the rules25%
David Cameron should try to get the European Union to drop the demand, and if he cannot we should simply refuse to pay - we cannot afford this money54%
Don't know12%

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    The amount of money each country in the European Union pays towards the EU budget is based upon each country’s economy. The British economy has performed better than most other European countries in recent years, and the European Union has now said that Britain should pay an extra £1.7 billion in contributions to reflect our healthier economy. Which of the following best reflects your view?

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