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UK voting intention on EU referendum in 2016

EU referendum voting intention in the United Kingdom (UK) from January to June 2016

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 12, 2016
UK voting intention on EU referendum in 2016 This graph shows the voting intention of the British public from January to June 2016 for the forthcoming referendum on EU membership. Over the first three surveys detailed here, 'leave' was the most common response, from February 25 until April 6th the "remain" opinion has become prominent. As of May 24th the remain vote stabilized at 41 percent, before rising to 42 percent on June 10th, at this time the leave vote began to take prominence although as of June 19 there was a two point lead for the leave vote. On the day before the EU referendum both parties were tied at 45 percent.
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EU referendum voting intention in the United Kingdom (UK) from January to June 2016

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by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 12, 2016
This graph shows the voting intention of the British public from January to June 2016 for the forthcoming referendum on EU membership. Over the first three surveys detailed here, 'leave' was the most common response, from February 25 until April 6th the "remain" opinion has become prominent. As of May 24th the remain vote stabilized at 41 percent, before rising to 42 percent on June 10th, at this time the leave vote began to take prominence although as of June 19 there was a two point lead for the leave vote. On the day before the EU referendum both parties were tied at 45 percent.
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