A staggering 80 per cent of people surveyed by a national newspaper in the Netherlands believe the UK should take back control from Brussels on June 23. Just 16 per cent of the 10,118 people polled were in favour of Britain staying in the bloc, with four per cent undecided.
The sensational poll, carried out by De Telegraaf, lays bare their anger towards the EU amid the refugee crisis and concerns over the Eurozone.
Many hope Brexit will deal a crushing blow to the doomed European project, which the front page of the paper brands a “monster”.
Top Dutch MP Harry van Bommel, from Holland’s Socialist Party told Express.co.uk: “The European Commission is a bureaucracy not a democracy. People distrust Europe and some people even hate it. Maybe the figure is so high because the EU isn’t popular any more. It is failing to solve problems like the refugee crisis or the economy.”
hat-tip Stephen Neil