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Perceived likelihood of EU weekly contribution to be spent in the United Kingdom (UK)

Do you think the £350m weekly contribution to the EU will be saved and spent in Britain by leaving the EU?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 29, 2016
Perceived likelihood of EU weekly contribution to be spent in the United Kingdom (UK) This statistic shows the British public's view on the perceived likelihood of the GBP 350 million weekly contribution to the EU actually being saved and spent in Britain after leaving the EU. During the survey period it was found that 84 percent of respondents who voted for the UK to remain within the EU predict that this won't occur, 31 percent of respondents who voted for the "Brexit" agree with them.
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Do you think the £350m weekly contribution to the EU will be saved and spent in Britain by leaving the EU?

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