Opinion in Great Britain on the legitimacy of MPs supporting 'soft Brexit' in 2016

This statistic presents results from an online survey conducted in Great Britain in November 2016 on whether it is legitimate for Members of Parliament (MPs) who don't support Brexit to vote for a 'soft Brexit'. 41 percent of respondents thought that MPs could legitimately vote for 'soft Brexit', whereas a third of those surveyed did not agree with this prospect.

Do you think it is legitimate for MPs who don't support Brexit to vote only in favor of a 'soft Brexit'?

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Source

Release date

November 2016

Region

United Kingdom (Great Britain)

Survey time period

November 13 to November 14, 2016

Number of respondents

1,676 respondents

Age group

18 years and older

Method of interview

Online survey

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