Most Britons want Brexit referendum respected, poll reveals, as public ‘just wants uncertainty over’

Most Britons want Brexit referendum respected, poll reveals, as public ‘just wants uncertainty over’, by Camilla Tominey.

Fifty four per cent agree the referendum result should be respected, the survey by ComRes found. Just 25 per cent disagreed and 21 per cent didn’t know.

Of those who voted Remain in 2016, more than a third (35 per cent) said they now wanted Brexit delivered. …

Asked if Brexit should be postponed until Jan 31, almost half (49 per cent) disagreed, as against 29 per cent who agreed (22 per cent didn’t know). Some 43 per cent agreed that if the EU makes no concessions, the UK should leave without a deal on Oct 31, compared with a 32 per cent who disagreed (25 per cent didn’t know). Those intending to vote Conservative agreed by a ratio of 10 to one. …

Most Britons still want out

Asked if it was “fundamentally undemocratic” for some MPs to try to prevent the UK from leaving in light of the promise to implement the referendum result, 50 per cent agreed and 26 per cent disagreed. …

Nine in 10 Brexit Party voters (89 per cent) and two thirds of those who intend to vote Conservative (69 per cent) agreed Mr Johnson should make a pact with Nigel Farage to secure a parliamentary majority for no deal.

No wonder the Labor Party and the Remainers don’t want an election. Does this mean the current Remainer Parliament has to be timed out, with the next election not until 2022? Epic.