EU Citizens Back Their Leaders’ Negotiating Stance on Brexit

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Series Details 29.03.17
Publication Date 29/03/2017
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What do European publics think about Brexit and the negotiations for the United Kingdom to leave the EU? As part of a new research project on the future of Europe – involving a nationally representative study of what citizens think in 10 European states – Chatham House examined attitudes to Brexit.

The research showed that research shows that Europeans would not support compromising on the EU’s core principles.

The Chatham House Europe Programme, with Kantar Public, surveyed nationally representative samples of the population aged 18 or over in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Spain and the UK.

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