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UK/EU referendum opinion: predicted change to pensions 2016

Would there be a good or a bad effect on people’s pensions if the UK left the European Union?

UK/EU referendum opinion: predicted change to pensions 2016 This graph shows how the British public predicted changes to pensions in the event that the UK exits the European Union. Within the month of February there was a shift in opinion, the perceived benefits/risks in either scenario declined, there was consequently an increase in the amount of people who thought there would be no difference and who were unsure. Throughout this time period the majority of respondents have predicted that Britain exiting the EU would have no effect on the NHS.
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Would there be a good or a bad effect on people’s pensions if the UK left the European Union?

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This graph shows how the British public predicted changes to pensions in the event that the UK exits the European Union. Within the month of February there was a shift in opinion, the perceived benefits/risks in either scenario declined, there was consequently an increase in the amount of people who thought there would be no difference and who were unsure. Throughout this time period the majority of respondents have predicted that Britain exiting the EU would have no effect on the NHS.
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Release date
February 2016
Region
United Kingdom
Survey time period
January 27 to June 6, 2016
Number of respondents
2,001 (latest)
Age group
18 years and older
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