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Regional public opinion on the development of shopping expenses post-Brexit 2016

When Britain leaves the European Union, how do you think the price of your own weekly shop will change?*

by Statista Research Department, last edited Nov 3, 2016
Regional public opinion on the development of shopping expenses post-Brexit 2016 This chart shows results from an online survey conducted in Great Britain (GB) in October 2016 on how the price of a weekly shop will change once Britain leaves the European Union, by region. Respondents from Scotland were most skeptical about the development of living expenses. Meanwhile, only 45 percent of those surveyed in the Midlands and Wales believed in an increase of prices and 36 percent predicted that prices won't change.
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When Britain leaves the European Union, how do you think the price of your own weekly shop will change?*

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