BBC Radio 5 Live – Brexit Poll Sept 2018
Survey of 1,002 British adults, polled via telephone, on their views of Brexit
  • British adults overall are generally negative about how Brexit is going and its effect on the UK in the future; half of British adults disagree that Brexit will have a positive impact on the UK overall (50%)
  • Eight in ten British adults agree that the government has handled Brexit negotiations badly (79%)
  • Only one-third of British adults expect their household to be better off in 5 years’ time as a result of the UK having left the EU (32%)
  • However, men are more optimistic about their household’s future post-Brexit than women (36% expect their household to be better off compared to 29% of women)
  • Younger Brits feel more negative about the implications of Brexit for travel as three-quarters of 18-34 year olds agree with the statement that travelling across the EU on holiday will be more difficult after Brexit than it is now (73%), compared to just over half of 55+ year olds who think the same (56%)
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Date Published
17/09/18
Client
BBC Radio Five Live
Methodology
Survey of 1,002 British adults via telephone between 6th and 9th September 2018. Data were weighted to be demographically representative by age and gender. ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules

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