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Public opinion on whether or not a stringent Brexit deal including tariffs and border checks would respect the results of the referendum by region in Great Britain (GB) in 2017*
Survey: conformity of stringent Brexit deal with referendum 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 opinion on whether or not a stringent Brexit deal would respect the result of the referendum. 47 percent of respondents from the South and Midlands/Wales respectively reported they believed a stringent deal that included tariffs on imported and exported goods as well as border checks between Ireland and the UK would still respect the result of the referendum, compared with 38 percent of respondents from Scotland.
Public opinion on whether or not a stringent Brexit deal including tariffs and border checks would respect the results of the referendum by region in Great Britain (GB) in 2017*
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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 [a stringent Brexit deal including: controls on immigration from EU countries; Border checks between Britain and Ireland; Leaving the single market and having only a limited free trade deal with the EU, with tariffs or limits imposed on many goods and services; Leaving the customs union and introducing custom checks on British imports and exports on the EU] would or would not respect the result of the referendum?"
** n(London) = 196; n(South) = 541; n(Midlands/Wales) = 351; n(North) = 393; n(Scotland) = 150

Survey: conformity of stringent Brexit deal with referendum 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 opinion on whether or not a stringent Brexit deal would respect the result of the referendum. 47 percent of respondents from the South and Midlands/Wales respectively reported they believed a stringent deal that included tariffs on imported and exported goods as well as border checks between Ireland and the UK would still respect the result of the referendum, compared with 38 percent of respondents from Scotland.
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