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During a possible Brexit transition period, do you think it would be acceptable for Britain to contribute to the EU Budget?
UK opinion on EU budget contributions during the transition period after Brexit 2017
This statistic presents results from an online survey conducted in Great Britain in January 2017 regarding whether it would be acceptable for the United Kingdom (UK) to contribute to the European Union (EU) Budget during the Brexit transition period. Almost half of those surveyed did not agree with the prospect of a continued contribution to the EU budget.
During a possible Brexit transition period, do you think it would be acceptable for Britain to contribute to the EU Budget?
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Source

Release date

February 2017

Region

United Kingdom (Great Britain)

Survey time period

January 25 to January 26, 2017

Number of respondents

1,654 respondents

Age group

18 years and older

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

Respondents were asked:
A “transition” or “implementation” period may be required between the end of negotiations in 2019 and the UK’s final exit from the EU at a later date. During this transition period, some of the current rules on trade and immigration could stay in place. During this transition period, do you think it would or would not be acceptable for Britain to contribute to the EU Budget?

UK opinion on EU budget contributions during the transition period after Brexit 2017
This statistic presents results from an online survey conducted in Great Britain in January 2017 regarding whether it would be acceptable for the United Kingdom (UK) to contribute to the European Union (EU) Budget during the Brexit transition period. Almost half of those surveyed did not agree with the prospect of a continued contribution to the EU budget.
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