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Public opinion on whether or not the Brexit deal drawn up by Theresa May's government respects the result of the referendum by gender in Great Britain (GB) in 2017*
Survey: conformity of Theresa May's Brexit deal with referendum GB 2017, by gender
This statistic displays the results of a survey of adults in Great Britain (GB) broken down by gender in March 2017, regarding their perception on the conformity of the Brexit deal drawn up by the British government with the results of the referendum. 64 percent of male respondents reported they believed the deal would respect results of the referendum, compared with 57 percent of female respondents.
Public opinion on whether or not the Brexit deal drawn up by Theresa May's government respects the result of the referendum by gender in Great Britain (GB) in 2017*
Would respect the result of the referendumWould not respect the result of the referendumDon't know
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Source

Release date

March 2017

Region

United Kingdom (Great Britain)

Survey time period

March 13 to 14, 2017

Number of respondents

1,631**

Age group

18 years and older

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

* Original survey question: "Regardless of whether you think it would be good or bad for Britain, do you think this outcome [of Theresa May's Brexit deal] would or would not respect the result of the referendum?"
** n(male) = 789; n(female) = 842

Survey: conformity of Theresa May's Brexit deal with referendum GB 2017, by gender
This statistic displays the results of a survey of adults in Great Britain (GB) broken down by gender in March 2017, regarding their perception on the conformity of the Brexit deal drawn up by the British government with the results of the referendum. 64 percent of male respondents reported they believed the deal would respect results of the referendum, compared with 57 percent of female respondents.
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