Daily Mirror Brexit poll January 2018
Poll for the Daily Mirror on the prospects for a second referendum on the UK's membership of the EU and on confidence in Theresa May's handling of Brexit.
Although more people think there should not be a second referendum (51% v 43%), if there were to be a second referendum voters say they would opt to Remain by 55% to 45%, according to a new ComRes flash poll for the Daily Mirror conducted over the past 12 hours.
Attitudes towards whether there should be a second referendum largely fall on Remain/Leave lines with 77% of those who would vote Remain saying there should be one, and 95% of those who would vote Leave saying there shouldn’t be one.
Do you think there should be a second referendum on whether Britain remains a member of the European Union, or not?
%
Should
43%
Should not
51%
Don’t know
6%
 
If there were a second referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union, how would you vote?*
%
Remain
55%
Leave
45%
*excluding don’t knows
Two thirds of people (65%) are not confident that Theresa May can secure a good Brexit deal for the UK. Although she enjoys support among those who would vote Conservative now (69% say they are confident), worryingly for the Prime Minister 70% of those who don’t know who they would vote for say they are not confident.
How confident or not are you that Theresa May can secure a good Brexit deal for the UK?
%
NET confident
30%
NET not confident
65%
Don’t know
5%
On this week’s reshuffle, only 7% say it has strengthened Theresa May’s position, 47% say it has neither strengthened nor weakened it, and 27% say it has weakened it.  Among Conservative voters 16% say it strengthens her position while 8% say it weakens it, while among those who don’t know who they would vote for only 2% say it has strengthened her position and 22% say it has weakened it.
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Date Published
11th January 2018
Client
Daily Mirror
Methodology
ComRes interviewed 1,049 adults online on the 11th January 2018. Data were weighted to be demographically representative of all GB adults by region, gender and age. ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules. 

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