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United Kingdom opinion: seeking to stay in the EU if Brexit deal is rejected, by age

Should Britain have a referendum on the EU exit deal it negotiates, and seek to remain in the EU if the proposed new deal is rejected?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jul 8, 2016
United Kingdom opinion: seeking to stay in the EU if Brexit deal is rejected, by age This statistic displays respondents’ opinions concerning whether or not the United Kingdom (UK) should remain in the EU if the UK’s terms for an exit are rejected by the EU. 29 percent of respondents aged 18-24 strongly agree with the statement, whereas 30 percent of respondents aged 35-44 strongly disagree. This data shows that the older the respondent, there is a greater likelihood that they will strongly disagree with the statement.
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Should Britain have a referendum on the EU exit deal it negotiates, and seek to remain in the EU if the proposed new deal is rejected?

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by Statista Research Department, last edited Jul 8, 2016
This statistic displays respondents’ opinions concerning whether or not the United Kingdom (UK) should remain in the EU if the UK’s terms for an exit are rejected by the EU. 29 percent of respondents aged 18-24 strongly agree with the statement, whereas 30 percent of respondents aged 35-44 strongly disagree. This data shows that the older the respondent, there is a greater likelihood that they will strongly disagree with the statement.
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