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When Britain leaves the European Union, how do you think your access to public services will change?*
Regional public opinion on access to public services post-Brexit 2016
This statistic shows results from an online survey conducted in Great Britain in October 2016 on how people expect their access to public services to change once Britain leaves the European Union, by region. Respondents from Scotland were generally most critical regarding this topic, since 28 percent of those surveyed believed that the access will worsen. Meanwhile half of respondents from the Midlands and Wales did not expect anything to change and only 18 percent predicted less access to public services.
When Britain leaves the European Union, how do you think your access to public services will change?*
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Source

Release date

November 2016

Region

United Kingdom (Great Britain)

Survey time period

October 19, 2016 to October 20, 2016

Number of respondents

1,608 respondents

Age group

18 years and older

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

* Respondents were asked:
'When Britain leaves the European Union, do you think that you and your family will have better or worse access to public services, or will it be much the same?'

Regional public opinion on access to public services post-Brexit 2016
This statistic shows results from an online survey conducted in Great Britain in October 2016 on how people expect their access to public services to change once Britain leaves the European Union, by region. Respondents from Scotland were generally most critical regarding this topic, since 28 percent of those surveyed believed that the access will worsen. Meanwhile half of respondents from the Midlands and Wales did not expect anything to change and only 18 percent predicted less access to public services.
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