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Great Britain: likelihood of voting in the EU referendum in 2016, by region

Perceived likelihood of British citizens voting in the EU referendum in Great Britain as of 2016, by region

Great Britain: likelihood of voting in the EU referendum in 2016, by region This graph shows the share of respondents who intended to vote in the EU referendum in Great Britain in June 2016. The data is presented by region. Scotland had the highest total voting motive; it was 12 percent greater than London, which had the second highest percentage. Respondents in Northern Ireland were the least likely to vote in the referendum with 49 percent actually intending to vote.
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Perceived likelihood of British citizens voting in the EU referendum in Great Britain as of 2016, by region

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This graph shows the share of respondents who intended to vote in the EU referendum in Great Britain in June 2016. The data is presented by region. Scotland had the highest total voting motive; it was 12 percent greater than London, which had the second highest percentage. Respondents in Northern Ireland were the least likely to vote in the referendum with 49 percent actually intending to vote.
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Release date
February 2016
Region
United Kingdom
Survey time period
June 7 to June 13, 2016
Number of respondents
2,497 respondents
Age group
18 years and older
Method of interview
Online survey
Supplementary notes
Responses of don't know and prefer not to say were omitted.
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