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EU referendum voting intention in Great Britain (GB) 2016, by social class and gender

Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 14, 2016
EU referendum voting intention in Great Britain (GB) 2016, by social class and gender This graph shows the voting intention of respondents who intended to vote in the EU referendum in the United Kingdom in June 2016, the results are sorted by gender and social grade. Men in the highest brackets are the most likely to vote “remain”. There is a higher percentage of men in brackets C2, D and E who were stated that they would not vote. Women in A, B and C1 brackets had the highest share of respondents that had an undecided voting intention in the United Kingdom's EU referendum
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Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?

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by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 14, 2016
This graph shows the voting intention of respondents who intended to vote in the EU referendum in the United Kingdom in June 2016, the results are sorted by gender and social grade. Men in the highest brackets are the most likely to vote “remain”. There is a higher percentage of men in brackets C2, D and E who were stated that they would not vote. Women in A, B and C1 brackets had the highest share of respondents that had an undecided voting intention in the United Kingdom's EU referendum
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