“Out” Leads by 4% in Britain’s EU referendum

“Out” Leads by 4% in Britain’s EU referendum

Support for Britain to leave the European Union stood at 43%, ahead of support to stay within the 28-member bloc, which stood at 39%, according to an online survey taken by pollster Opinium for the Observer newspaper, Reuters reported. The poll of 1,966 adults, who were interviewed ahead of a referendum to stay in the European Union on June 23, found that 18% of respondents were undecided.


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