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Perceived suitability of Theresa May's Brexit deal GB 2017, by region

Public opinion on whether achieving the Brexit deal drawn up by the British government would be good or bad for Great Britain (GB) in 2017, by region*

Perceived suitability of Theresa May's Brexit deal GB 2017, by region This statistic displays the results of a survey of adults in Great Britain (GB) in March 2017, broken down by region, regarding their perception on whether achieving the Brexit deal drawn up by Theresa May's government would be good or bad for Britain. 58 percent of respondents from the South reported they believed it would be good for Britain, if it were to achieve the deal, compared with 41 percent of respondents from London and Scotland respectively.
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Public opinion on whether achieving the Brexit deal drawn up by the British government would be good or bad for Great Britain (GB) in 2017, by region*

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This statistic displays the results of a survey of adults in Great Britain (GB) in March 2017, broken down by region, regarding their perception on whether achieving the Brexit deal drawn up by Theresa May's government would be good or bad for Britain. 58 percent of respondents from the South reported they believed it would be good for Britain, if it were to achieve the deal, compared with 41 percent of respondents from London and Scotland respectively.
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