Are you more convinced that a vote to remain in the EU is a vote for a stronger, better off, safer Britain, or that a vote to remain says that Britain will be stronger if we keep giving more to the EU?

Field work dates: 14 October 2015 - 19 October 2015
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: Are you more convinced that a vote to remain in the EU is a vote for a stronger, better off, safer Britain, or that a vote to remain says that Britain will be stronger if we keep giving more to the EU?
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19 October 2015
Poll by Greenberg Quinlan Rosner Research
Stronger, better off, safer Britain - much26%
Stronger, better off, safer Britain - somewhat23%
Britain stronger if give more power to EU - somewhat10%
Britain stronger if give more power to EU - much7%
Neither22%
Don't Know/Refused12%

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    Please indicate whether the FIRST statement or the SECOND statement is most convincing. 'A vote to remain part of the EU is a vote for a stronger, better off, safer Britain that delivers opportunity for individuals and families, now and in the future'. OR 'A vote to remain part of the EU is a vote to say you trust politicians and think Britain will be stronger if we keep giving more power and money to the EU as we have done for forty years'.

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