What should the government do if Britain and the rest of the EU will not be able to agree a deal?

Field work dates: 23 October 2017 - 22 September 2018
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 2 polls

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Results for: What should the government do if Britain and the rest of the EU will not be able to agree a deal?
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22 September 2018
Poll by YouGov
24 October 2017
Poll by YouGov
Accept some of the EU's demands to try and come to a compromise deal with the EU11%16%
Try to delay Britain's departure from the EU in order to give more time for negotiations14%17%
Take Britain out of the EU without any deal with the rest of the EU34%32%
Keep Britain as a member of the European Union25%18%
Not sure17%17%

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If it looks likely that Britain and the rest of the EU will not be able to agree a deal on the terms that Theresa May wants by the end of the two
year negotiation period, what do you think the government should do?

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