The campaign for Britain to stay in the European Union has lost some of its lead over the rival “Out” camp ahead of Thursday’s EU membership referendum, according to an opinion poll published on Tuesday.
The Survation poll, which was conducted for spread-betting firm IG [on Monday], put support for “In” at 45 percent ahead of “Out” on 44 percent …
Survation’s previous poll, for the Mail on Sunday newspaper and published late on Saturday, had shown “In” ahead of “Out” by 45-42 percent.
Three new polls suggest the United Kingdom’s European Union referendum could go down to the wire, political analysts say.
Two opinion polls on Monday indicated support for Britain staying in the EU had recovered some ground following the murder of a pro-EU MP, but a third poll found support for a “Brexit” ahead by a whisker.
An ORB poll for The Daily Telegraph newspaper found support for Remain at 53 per cent, up 5 percentage points on the previous one, with support for Leave on 46 per cent, down three points. …
Respected social research body NatCen also published a poll that had Remain on 53 per cent and Leave on 47 per cent, using a method that took on recommendations by an official inquiry into why pollsters got last year’s election wrong and conducted from May 16 to June 12.
However, an online poll by YouGov for The Times showed Leave ahead on 44 per cent, up one point, with Remain on 42 per cent, down two points. The YouGov survey was conducted over the weekend after Cox was killed.
The politically correct newspapers want to remain, the less PC media want to leave.