Which argument is most likely to make you want to vote to stay in the EU?

Field work dates: 29 June 2015 - 3 December 2015
Data from: United Kingdom
Results from: 2 polls

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Results for: Which argument is most likely to make you want to vote to stay in the EU?
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3 December 2015
Poll by Survation
6 July 2015
Poll by Survation
Only by remaining in the EU can we prevent international conflict14%6%
Leaving the EU would diminish British influence on the world stage12%7%
The UK would lose 3 million jobs if it left the EU18%17%
President Obama wants the UK to remain in the EU4%3%
The majority of businessmen/women think the UK should remain in the EU9%11%
If we leave the EU, we would lose out on the skilled immigrants that our economy needs4%4%
There is uncertainty of what leaving the EU would mean. It's too risky12%14%
Only by being in the EU can we deal effectively with international crime and terrorism4%6%
It would become harder for British citizens to travel, live and find work in other European countries if we left the EU8%11%
The EU forces the UK government to act responsibly on issues such as workers’ rights and the environment4%7%
Leaving the EU would mean still being affected by EU decisions, but with no say in how they are made12%15%

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Here are some possible arguments people might make for wanting to stay the EU. Please rank them from the argument most likely to make you want to vote to leave the EU at the top, to the argument least likely to make you want to vote to leave the EU at the bottom

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