The last before the referendum on the British exit from the EU, the polling company YouGov and The Times have demonstrated the superiority of the opponents of this measure. Material with these results will be released on Thursday on the front page of the newspaper.
The Deputy head of the political Department of The Times Sam Coates said on Twitter that, according to latest figures, against EU exit vote 51% of the population. In favor of this measure voted 49%. The previous survey showed the advantage of supporters of Brexit, Reuters reports.
According to Coates, the change in balance has occurred after a survey of previously undecided voters and evaluating the potential turnout. The study was conducted from 20 to 22 June.
A referendum on the status of UK within the European Union will be held June 23.