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UK: perceived ideal model of government in a post-referendum scenario 2015, by region

In what form would you like the UK to remain a member of the EU?

UK: perceived ideal model of government in a post-referendum scenario 2015, by region The data shows the difference in opinions between respondents based in England who would vote "yes" to the UK remaining as a member of the EU. By and large the numbers of respondents want the transfer of power back to the UK; the only exception to this is London, whereby a slight majority wants the UK to remain in its current form.
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In what form would you like the UK to remain a member of the EU?

In its current formWith further intergrationTransfer some of the powers back to the UKWith other reformsOtherDon’t know
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The data shows the difference in opinions between respondents based in England who would vote "yes" to the UK remaining as a member of the EU. By and large the numbers of respondents want the transfer of power back to the UK; the only exception to this is London, whereby a slight majority wants the UK to remain in its current form.
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Release date
September 2015
Region
United Kingdom
Survey time period
June 15, 2015 to July 20, 2015
Number of respondents
2,433 respondents
Age group
18 years and older
Method of interview
Online survey
Supplementary notes
*Sample: England (2,433), London (199), South East (632), Eastern (217), East Midlands (131), Yorkshire and Humber (161), North East (59), North West (261), West Midlands (236), South West (537)
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