Opinion on proroguing Parliament to force a no-deal Brexit in Great Britain 2019

Would you support or oppose proroguing Parliament to force through a no-deal Brexit?*

by Daniel Clark, last edited Sep 2, 2019
Opinion on proroguing Parliament to force a no-deal Brexit in Great Britain 2019 Close to half of British adults were opposed to the suggestion of forcing through a no-deal Brexit by 'proroguing' Parliament according to an opinion poll taken shortly the UK government announced it's intention to do just that on August 28, 2019. The idea of preventing MPs from voting against a no-deal Brexit by formally ending the Parliamentary session shortly before the Brexit deadline in October 2019 was brought forward by some candidates for the leadership of the UK's Conservative Party. Among Remain voters, 73 percent were opposed to prorogation, whereas 51 percent of Leave voters supported the idea.
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Would you support or oppose proroguing Parliament to force through a no-deal Brexit?*

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