Would you support or oppose a transition period between the end of negotiations in 2019 and the UK’s final exit from the EU during which some of the current rules on trade and immigration could stay in place?

Field work dates: 25 January 2017 - 26 January 2017
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: Would you support or oppose a transition period between the end of negotiations in 2019 and the UK’s final exit from the EU during which some of the current rules on trade and immigration could stay in place?
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26 January 2017
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Strongly support13%
Tend to support24%
Neither support or oppose18%
Tend to oppose11%
Strongly oppose11%
Don’t know22%

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    A “transition” or “implementation” period may be required between the end of negotiations in 2019 and the UK’s final exit from the EU at a later date. During this transition period, some of the current rules on trade and immigration could stay in place. In principle, would you support or oppose a transition period after the end of negotiations in 2019?

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