If an EU referendum were held today, Britain would LEAVE


Some 46.6 per cent would vote “out” while just 34.3 per cent would vote “in”, with 19.1 per cent undecided. Among those likely to vote, the gap was starker, with 48.8 per cent opting to leave, compared to 34.7 per cent wanting to stay and 16.5 per cent undecided.

Those wanting to stay can leave as well.

“The British people are clearly fed up with picking up bills for EU institutions that remain unaccountable to them and do not act in their best interests.”

The survey also found that turnout ina referendum could be as high as 90.1per cent, outstripping the 84.5 percent in September’s Scottish vote.

Unsurprisingly, Ukip supporters are most likely to vote, with 71.7 percent saying they would “definitely” turn out.

3 responses to “If an EU referendum were held today, Britain would LEAVE

  1. Hey, if ever the UKIP gets in and manages to hold a referendum and win it, those who want to stay in the E.U. could always leave Britain before it quits the E.U. They could go to Ireland, for instance – and the Irish wouldn’t be able to stop them, any more than they can stop the Poles, now.

    Win-win! 🙂

    Alas, it’ll never be; the good guys never win; the system is rigged in favour of the New World Order.

  2. If we do ever get a referendum then there will be a very strong propaganda campaign against leaving the EU, far stronger than that which was orchestrated against Scotland leaving the UK.

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