What do you think Britain’s long-term policy towards EU membership should be?

Field work dates: 1 June 2000 - 1 November 2018
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 15 polls

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Results for: What do you think Britain’s long-term policy towards EU membership should be?
Fieldwork end date
Pollster
1 November 2018
Poll by British Social Attitudes (NatCen)
1 November 2017
Poll by British Social Attitudes (NatCen)
5 November 2016
Poll by British Social Attitudes (NatCen)
1 November 2015
Poll by British Social Attitudes (NatCen)
1 November 2014
Poll by British Social Attitudes (NatCen)
1 November 2013
Poll by British Social Attitudes (NatCen)
1 November 2012
Poll by British Social Attitudes (NatCen)
30 September 2008
Poll by British Social Attitudes (NatCen)
30 September 2006
Poll by British Social Attitudes (NatCen)
30 September 2005
Poll by British Social Attitudes (NatCen)
30 September 2004
Poll by British Social Attitudes (NatCen)
30 September 2003
Poll by British Social Attitudes (NatCen)
30 September 2002
Poll by British Social Attitudes (NatCen)
30 September 2001
Poll by British Social Attitudes (NatCen)
30 September 2000
Poll by British Social Attitudes (NatCen)
to leave the European Union34%36%41%22%26%28%32%22%17%18%20%17%16%16%19%
to stay in the EU and try to reduce the EU's powers33%33%35%43%40%43%39%38%39%39%42%35%38%42%42%
to leave things as they are20%19%16%19%19%20%17%27%29%26%25%29%25%24%21%
to stay in the EU and try to increase the EU's powers4%4%4%8%11%6%9%10%10%11%8%12%13%12%11%
to work for the formation of a single European government3%3%2%3%5%3%3%4%5%5%6%7%8%7%8%
Don't know5%5%2%5%0%0%0%0%0%0%0%0%0%0%0%
Refusal0%***0%0%0%0%0%0%0%0%0%0%0%

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Do you think Britain's long-term policy should be to leave the European Union, to stay in the EU and try to reduce the EU's powers, to leave things as they are, to stay in the EU and try to increase the EU's powers or to work for the formation of a single European government?

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