New research from Ipsos MORI shows that a majority of GB adults aged 18-75 think it is likely that Britain will leave the EU without a deal. A majority (55%) think this outcome is either ‘very’ or ‘fairly likely’ with 29% saying the outcome is ‘very’ or ‘fairly unlikely’ and 16% saying they don’t know.
Four in 10 (39%) are satisfied with Johnson’s approach to Brexit whilst 72% are dissatisfied with Corbyn’s.
Looking at support for these different Brexit outcomes compared to when they were last asked by Ipsos MORI in August 2019:
- 40% support Britain leaving the EU with no deal being agreed and 43% oppose. This represents only a very small increase in support for a no-deal Brexit from August when 37% supported this outcome and 46% opposed.
- 44% of GB adults aged 18-75 support an immediate General Election and 27% oppose. These numbers are similar to August where 43% supported an immediate election and 32% opposed.
- 36% support leaving the EU ‘but only if a deal has been agreed with the EU on the terms of Britain’s departure’, 34% oppose. These numbers are virtually identical to August, when 37% supported this outcome and 34% opposed.
- Ipsos MORI did not ask about support for a second referendum with Remain on the ballot or cancelling Brexit without another referendum in our August poll. However, this month 41% support another referendum with Remain on the ballot (44% oppose) and 30% support Brexit being cancelled without a referendum and 53% oppose