Imagine that a Brexit deal was struck along the lines of the proposals that Theresa May has set out, and there was a three-way referendum on whether or not it should go ahead, how would you vote?*

Support for no-deal Brexit or different Brexit scenarios in 2018 This statistic shows the results of a survey of British adults in July 2018, which asked how they would vote in a new referendum on Brexit. According to the results of the survey, 42 percent of respondents would vote to remain in the European Union, while 28 percent support a no-deal Brexit scenario.
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Share of respondents
Remain42%
No-deal Brexit28%
Brexit with a deal15%
Don't know11%
Would not vote4%
Share of respondents
Remain42%
No-deal Brexit28%
Brexit with a deal15%
Don't know11%
Would not vote4%
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This statistic shows the results of a survey of British adults in July 2018, which asked how they would vote in a new referendum on Brexit. According to the results of the survey, 42 percent of respondents would vote to remain in the European Union, while 28 percent support a no-deal Brexit scenario.
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Release date
July 2018
Region
Great Britain
Survey time period
July 16-17, 2018
Number of respondents
1,657 respondents
Age group
18 years and older
Special properties
GB Adults
Method of interview
Online survey
Supplementary notes
* This question was phrased by the source as follows: "Some people have suggested that once the terms of Britain's exit from the EU have been agreed there should be a "three way" referendum, with people voting on whether Britain should go ahead with the deal, remain in the European Union, or leave the European Union without a deal.

Imagine there was such a referendum. Imagine that a Brexit deal was struck along the lines of the proposals that Theresa May has set out, and there was a three-way referendum on whether or not it should go ahead. People would be presented with three options:

Britain to remain a member of the European Union,
Britain to leave the EU and accept the negotiated deal, or
Britain to leave the EU without a deal.

The referendum would be under an alternative vote system, meaning you would cast votes for your FIRST and SECOND preferences. How would you vote?

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