YouGov: Britons don’t want a second referendum

HANNAH MCKAY

The sun rises over The Houses of Parliament in London, Britain, 24 June 2016. Britons await the results on whether they remain in, or leave the European Union (EU) after a referendum on 23 June.

But, is this a credible survey?


Would Briton’s want a second referendum on EU membership?

A week after the Leave vote, YouGov surveyed whether Britishh public opinion is having second thoughts.

YouGov and Channel 5 justify this highly inflammatory question on the grounds of a petition submitted to the British Parliament that has exceeded four million signatures, calling for a repeat referendum.

YouGov finds that despite the narrow margin of victory for Leave, the answer is emphatically “no.” 58% of thos surveyd reject...


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