Which do you think should be the government’s priorities to include in the UK’s deal when negotiating with the EU?

Field work dates: 27 June 2017 - 29 June 2017
Data from: United Kingdom
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: Which do you think should be the government’s priorities to include in the UK’s deal when negotiating with the EU?
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29 June 2017
Poll by Opinium
Continue to cooperate with EU law enforcement bodies and share terrorist intelligence material38%
Guarantee the rights of EU citizens who already live and work in Britain to remain37%
ECJ should no longer have any jurisdiction in Britain33%
Introduce a cap on the numbers of EU migrants who can come to Britain for work29%
No longer be full members of European customs unions so the UK can do free trade deals with other countries28%
Remain members of the customs union to ensure our trade and business relationships with the EU26%
Free movement of people and services between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland21%
Leave the European single market to end freedom of movement21%
At least at first, the UK should automatically incorporate all of the rights currently guaranteed by EU legislation17%
Changes should be phased in over time, even if it takes several years for immigration or customs controls to come into place14%
Other1%
None of these10%

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    Below is a list of ten things the government could potentially have as a priority during the Brexit talks. Which of the following do you think should be the government’s priority to include in the UK’s deal when negotiating with the European Union (EU)?

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