Leave 2016 Intentions

More people voted to leave than remain in the 2016 referendum, with a small percentage of those surveyed not voting at all.

 

 

 

Leave 2016 Intentions

The majority of people who voted to leave in the 2016 referendum would vote the same way if the same question was asked today.

 

 

 

Remain 2016 Intentions

The majority of people who voted to remain in the 2016 referendum would vote the same way if the same question was asked today.

 

 

 

Didn't Vote 2016 Intention

Of those who didn’t vote in the 2016 referendum (4% of respondents), the majority would now vote to remain if the same question was posed today.

 

 

Leave Voting Reasons

The main motivation for those voting leave was the principle of UK sovereignty.
Concerns around immigration was the second motivation and the UK economy the third.
Extra money for the NHS was the least popular motivation for those who voted leave.

 

 

 

 

Remain Voting Reasons

The main motivation for those voting to remain was the risk that leaving the EU would be to the UK economy, jobs and prices.
Concerns that the decision was too complicated was the least popular motivating factor.
Remain voters were evenly spread across the other factors, with each coming in at around 60%.

 

 

Public Vote on a Deal

Those surveyed were almost completely split as to whether the public should get to vote on any proposed exit deal.

 

 

 

 

No Deal Next Steps

Nearly half of people surveyed believe that if the government does not reach a deal with the EU then the UK should leave regardless.

 

 

 

Parliament Rejection Next Steps

Nearly half of those surveyed believe that if the Government reaches a deal with the EU but parliament rejects it then the UK should leave the EU regardless.

 

 

 

 

'People's Vote' Intentions

If there was a ‘People’s Vote’, most people would vote to remain in the EU. In a close second place are those who would vote to leave the EU without a deal. In this poll the leave vote is split between leaving without a deal and leaving on the terms agreed by the Government. If we took these together, the vote to leave and the vote to remain would be an even split with 49% each.

Custom Union Membership

Most of those surveyed want to remain in the Customs Union or maintain a similar one with the EU. The least popular answer would be to leave the Customs Union without an alternative.

 

 

 

Single Market Membership

The vote in regard to the single market is split evenly between remaining in the single market and leaving the single market.

 

 

 

Immigration Preferences

The majority of people would like a stricter visa system that would apply equally to all people travelling to or from all countries, including the EU. Retention of Freedom of movement as it stands came in second place.

 

 

 

Who Will Be Better/Worse Off

People surveyed felt that every demographic would be worse off after Brexit. Most people thought that young people would be worse off and the least amount of people thought that old people and pensioners would be worse off. Most people thought that local businesses would be better off and the fewest people thought that young people would be better off.

Would Grimsby be Better/Worse off

Overall people felt that Grimsby would be worse off. However, it seems the Brexiteer vote is split between Better off and not change. Taking these together those surveyed think that Grimsby will be better off or experience no negative impact by less than 1%.

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