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Would you still support a Brexit if Britain leaving the EU will mean the price of a weekly grocery shop going up by 10 percent?

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Pro-Brexit attitudes on rising grocery prices in the UK post-Brexit 2016, by region This chart shows results from an online survey conducted in Great Britain in 2016 on whether Brexit supporters would still be in favor of Brexit if prices for a weekly grocery shop rose by 10 percent, sorted by region. Respondents from London and the south of England would have noticeably fewer doubts about Brexit than people from the north of England and especially Scotland.
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This chart shows results from an online survey conducted in Great Britain in 2016 on whether Brexit supporters would still be in favor of Brexit if prices for a weekly grocery shop rose by 10 percent, sorted by region. Respondents from London and the south of England would have noticeably fewer doubts about Brexit than people from the north of England and especially Scotland.
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Release date
November 2016
Region
United Kingdom (Great Britain)
Survey time period
October 19, 2016 to October 20, 2016
Number of respondents
686 respondents
Age group
18 years and older
Special properties
Pro-Brexit voters
Method of interview
Online survey
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The source does not provide any information regarding percentage points exceeding 100 percent.
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