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Public opinion on the development of grocery prices post-Brexit, by Brexit vote

When Britain leaves the European Union, do you think the price of food and groceries in the shops will go up or down, or stay much the same?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Nov 3, 2016
Public opinion on the development of grocery prices post-Brexit, by Brexit vote This chart shows results from an online survey conducted in Great Britain in 2016 on how grocery prices in Britain will develop once Britain leaves the EU, by Brexit vote. 82 percent of respondents who voted 'Remain' stated that they believed food prices will increase outside the EU and even 24 percent of Brexiteers thought so. However, the majority of those who voted 'Leave' predicted that grocery expenses will stay much the same.
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When Britain leaves the European Union, do you think the price of food and groceries in the shops will go up or down, or stay much the same?

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by Statista Research Department, last edited Nov 3, 2016
This chart shows results from an online survey conducted in Great Britain in 2016 on how grocery prices in Britain will develop once Britain leaves the EU, by Brexit vote. 82 percent of respondents who voted 'Remain' stated that they believed food prices will increase outside the EU and even 24 percent of Brexiteers thought so. However, the majority of those who voted 'Leave' predicted that grocery expenses will stay much the same.
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