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Survey: public desire of second Brexit referendum GB 2017, by region

Public opinion on whether or not there should be a second EU referendum after Brexit negotiations have been completed by region in Great Britain (GB) in 2017*

by Daniel Clark, last edited May 31, 2018
Survey: public desire of second Brexit referendum GB 2017, by region This statistic displays the results of a survey of GB adults broken down by region in Great Britain (GB) in March 2017, regarding their perception on whether or not there should be a second Brexit referendum after negotiations of leaving the European Union (EU) have been completed. 49 percent of respondents from the South and Midlands/Wales respectively reported they believed Britain should proceed to leave the EU without holding a second referendum, compared with 29 percent of respondents from London.
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Public opinion on whether or not there should be a second EU referendum after Brexit negotiations have been completed by region in Great Britain (GB) in 2017*

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