YouGov Poll: EU Comeback

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Series Details October 2014, Volume 70, Number 5
Publication Date October 2014
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In the summer of 2012, as the eurozone crisis rumbled on, 49 per cent of the British public said they would vote to leave the European Union, with only 30 per cent wanting to stay, according to a YouGov poll for Chatham House.

Results from this year’s survey, conducted in August 2014, show a generally more favourable attitude to the EU, despite the triumph in the May European elections of UKIP, a party dedicated to leaving the EU. On the headline figure of voting intentions in a referendum, staying in now has the narrowest of leads – 40 per cent to 39 per cent.

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