Would you support or oppose proroguing Parliament, so that MPs cannot vote against a ‘no deal’ Brexit?

Field work dates: 9 June 2019 - 10 June 2019
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: Would you support or oppose proroguing Parliament, so that MPs cannot vote against a ‘no deal’ Brexit?
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10 June 2019
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Support24%
Oppose47%
Don't know29%

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    Some Conservative leadership candidates who support Britain leaving the EU without a deal have suggested that if they became Prime Minister they would "prorogue" Parliament until after Brexit takes place. This would mean Parliament would not meet until after October, so that MPs would not be able to vote against a "No Deal" Brexit.
    Would you support or oppose proroguing Parliament in this way?

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