Monday, June 13, 2016

Brexit Rising

As goes Britain, so goes the EU?
Leave now enjoys a 53%-47% advantage once “don’t knows” are excluded, according to the research conducted over the weekend compared with a 52%-48% split reported by ICM a fortnight ago…

…Prof John Curtice of Strathclyde University, who analyses all the available referendum polling data on his website, noted that, after the new ICM data, the running average “poll of polls” would stand at 52% for leave and 48% for remain, the first time leave has been in such a strong position.

He said: “These results are consistent with the generality of numbers over the last couple of weeks, in which there has been some weakening in the remain position. It was already plain that this race was far closer than the prime minister intended, and he must now be feeling discomfort at the thought that the outcome really could be in doubt. ”.
Rather like his own future?

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