Would you support a fresh in-out referendum on EU membership if the UK and the EU were unable to reach a deal?

Field work dates: 5 December 2017 - 12 January 2018
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 2 polls

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Results for: Would you support a fresh in-out referendum on EU membership if the UK and the EU were unable to reach a deal?
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12 January 2018
Poll by BMG Research
8 December 2017
Poll by BMG Research
Yes - I would support a new in-out referendum42%41%
No, I would not support a new in-out referendum32%35%
Don't Know26%24%

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Imagine a scenario where the UK Government and the European Union were unable to reach a deal – a scenario sometimes referred to as a “no deal” Brexit. A “no deal” Brexit would result in the UK having no preferential trading and custom arrangements with the EU, leaving us to trade with the EU on World Trade Organisation (WTO) rules. In this scenario, would you support a new/fresh in-out referendum on EU membership?

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