Perceived effect of EU referendum on tax over the next 5 years in the UK 2016, by age

This statistic displays British public opinion concerning the effect of the Brexit on taxes within the United Kingdom (UK). 55.3 percent of respondents aged 18-34 predict that the result of the EU referendum will affect tax rates for the worse. 51 percent of respondents stated that the result of the EU referendum will have no effect on tax. The data shows a distinct variation between age and judgment.

How do you think the UK leaving the EU will affect the amount of tax you pay over the next five years?

For the betterFor the worseNeither for the better nor worse
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Release date

June 2016


United Kingdom

Survey time period

June 24 to June 25, 2016

Number of respondents

1,033 respondents

Age group

18 years and older

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