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How do you intend to vote in response to the question: should the United Kingdom exit the EU?

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EU referendum voting intention in the United Kingdom, by social class This statistic shows the result of a survey asking respondents how they intend to vote in response to the question: should the United Kingdom exit the EU? The results are split here by social class. There is a distinct difference between two halves; in the top three social classes (A, B and C1), the majority of opinion is to remain a part of the European Union, however in the bottom three social classes (C2, D and E) the bulk wishes to exit.
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This statistic shows the result of a survey asking respondents how they intend to vote in response to the question: should the United Kingdom exit the EU? The results are split here by social class. There is a distinct difference between two halves; in the top three social classes (A, B and C1), the majority of opinion is to remain a part of the European Union, however in the bottom three social classes (C2, D and E) the bulk wishes to exit.
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Release date
February 2016
Region
United Kingdom
Survey time period
February 19 to February 22, 2016
Number of respondents
2,021 respondents
Age group
18 years and older
Supplementary notes
This question was phrased by the source as follows: "Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?"

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