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ECC membership 1975 balloters: voting intention in a Brexit referendum as of 2015

If you were eligible at the time, how did you vote in the UK European Economic Community membership referendum in 1975?

ECC membership 1975 balloters: voting intention in a Brexit referendum as of 2015 This graph shows past and current voting intention for the original EEC referendum in 1975 in the United Kingdom (UK). A large percentage of citizens whom originally voted for a UK separate from the EEC, they still maintain the same stance, although, this number is relatively small when considering the opinions of the orginal “Yes” voters and their current intention, broadly speaking there is an overall 6.1% advantage to the “Yes” voters.
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If you were eligible at the time, how did you vote in the UK European Economic Community membership referendum in 1975?

Yes, the UK should remain a member of the EUNo, the UK should leave the EUUndecidedWouldn't vote
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Yes, the UK should remain a member of the EUNo, the UK should leave the EUUndecidedWouldn't vote
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This graph shows past and current voting intention for the original EEC referendum in 1975 in the United Kingdom (UK). A large percentage of citizens whom originally voted for a UK separate from the EEC, they still maintain the same stance, although, this number is relatively small when considering the opinions of the orginal “Yes” voters and their current intention, broadly speaking there is an overall 6.1% advantage to the “Yes” voters.
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Release date
September 2015
Region
United Kingdom
Survey time period
June 15-20, 2015
Number of respondents
2,608 Respondents*
Age group
18 years and older
Method of interview
Online survey
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* Base: those who votes YES in 1975 (2,015), Those who voted NO in 1975 (593)
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