|Author (Corporate)||UK in a Changing Europe|
|Publisher||Economic and Social Research Council|
|Publication Date||January 2018|
It is hard to exaggerate the importance of public opinion when it came to Brexit. The decision to leave the EU was itself, of course, the result of a public vote. And as the subsequent Brexit process rolled on, both sides anxiously examined every survey for evidence of what the public now thought. Some people continud to believe that a significant shift in public opinion might allow the decision made in June 2016 to be reconsidered.
In this report, a team of experts on public opinion considered not only what happened in the referendum itself, but also what had taken place in terms of public attitudes subsequently.
Analysing the Referendum
New Cleavages and Emerging Identities
The Brexit Negotiations
Nations and Regions
|Subject Categories||Politics and International Relations|
|Countries / Regions||United Kingdom|