What sort of Brexit deal does the British public want?
Posted: 30 Aug 2017

Noah Carl reveals his findings in a new report from the Centre for Social Investigation

Introduction
Since the UK voted to leave the European Union, there has been considerable interest from pollsters and academics in what sort of Brexit deal the British public might want. This report begins by outlining the various possible deals that could be struck between the UK and the EU over the next 18 months, paying close attention to the difference between “soft” versus “hard” Brexit. It proceeds to review the evidence that has been gleaned from polls and surveys so far about what sort of Brexit deal the British public actually prefer. It then examines how support for “soft” versus “hard” Brexit has changed since the EU referendum by conducting a simple meta-analysis of polls.

From ‘Carl, N. (2017). What sort of Brexit deal does the British public want: A review of the evidence so far. Centre for Social Investigation'.

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