For the withdrawal of Britain from the European Union support 43%, while for those wishing to remain in the EU, is 42%. These are the findings of the YouGov survey, according to Reuters.
The leadership of supporters of the withdrawal of Britain from the European Union shows a survey conducted by ORB specifically for the newspaper The Independent. According to the results, the country’s withdrawal from the Union is supported by 55% of respondents. That country remained in the EU, are 45%.
At the same time, the data of a survey conducted by Opinium, talking about the leadership of the opponents of the country’s withdrawal from the European Union. So, according to the results, the country’s withdrawal from the EU support 42% of Britons, while for keeping Britain in the Union are 44% of the citizens of the country, reports Reuters.
Previous results of a survey conducted by the same company, showed that the country remained in the European Union, are going to vote 43% of Britons. While 41% of respondents said they would vote for the fact that the country left the EU.
Before the referendum for secession of Britain from the EU is a little more than ten days, the vote is scheduled for June 23.