With Brexit on the horizon and the general election coming up this week, Statista
has asked EU
citizens living in the UK
which party they would vote for in the election if they could. Labour was the top choice for the respondents with a 26% share of the vote, followed by the Liberal democrats with 22% (equal to those who selected “don’t know”). If they had to choose between Boris Johnson’s negotiated deal or a “softer” deal as proposed by the Labour party, 49% would overwhelmingly choose Labour’s option. In the event of a future referendum on any of these deals 73% agree that they should have the right to vote.