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Brits would vote to stay if another Brexit vote was held

by LLB Reporter
11th Jan 19 8:01 am

BRITONS would vote to stay in the EU if they had their vote again, shows a survey of 100,000 people.

The survey carried out by Pickmypostcode.com using newly launched rapid UK polling tool Findoutnow.co.uk, shows that Remain would get 53.7% of the vote.

Pick My Postcode, then known as Free Postcode Lottery, beat other pollsters back in April 2016 when it correctly predicted Brexit with 52.75% in favour of Leave.

The latest survey shows almost 7% of voters would change their vote from Leave to Remain if another referendum was called.

PMP founder Chris Holbrook says: “I think we can be pretty sure these results are correct. We have so many members that represent a very accurate spread of the UK’s demographics.”

He added: “I don’t know whether it is headlines in newspapers that have made former Leavers nervous, but it seems clear there has been a shift in what Britain wants to do about Brexit.”

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