A new online poll from Survation for the Mail on Sunday has found strong support for a referendum to be held on the terms of the Brexit deal once they are known:
This level of support for a referendum on the deal is rather higher than in other polls, but it does add to an overall picture of this issue being winnable with public opinion. It’s also a lead that is sharply up since Survation last asked this question in April.
The poll also found that only 26% of people think the NHS will get more money as a result of Brexit and only 38% support a Hard Brexit in which Britain leaves both the Customs Union and Single Market. (Usual wording caveats apply to this question; if the question had directly mentioned powers over immigration, the results might have been different.) Just under one-in-five, however, believe that Brexit won’t happen.
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