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Attitudes toward EU citizens living in the United Kingdom (UK) post Brexit in 2016

Should Britain continue to allow EU citizens to live and work here in return for access to the EU single market or should it stop EU citizens coming to live and work here even if that restricts Britain’s access to the single market?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jul 1, 2016
Attitudes toward EU citizens living in the United Kingdom (UK) post Brexit in 2016 This statistic displays the attitudes of British citizens toward EU citizens living in a post Brexit United Kingdom. The data shows that 42 percent of respondents think that the UK should continue to allow EU citizens to come and live and work in Britain. This vote had a lead of four percentage points compared to the opposite opinion, in which citizens of the European Union would be stopped from living and working in the UK.
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Should Britain continue to allow EU citizens to live and work here in return for access to the EU single market or should it stop EU citizens coming to live and work here even if that restricts Britain’s access to the single market?

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by Statista Research Department, last edited Jul 1, 2016
This statistic displays the attitudes of British citizens toward EU citizens living in a post Brexit United Kingdom. The data shows that 42 percent of respondents think that the UK should continue to allow EU citizens to come and live and work in Britain. This vote had a lead of four percentage points compared to the opposite opinion, in which citizens of the European Union would be stopped from living and working in the UK.
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