Opinion polling findings about whether or not people want a referendum on the terms of the Brexit deal once they are known vary significantly depending on the exact wording. Add to that the usual warnings about not being beguiled by the variations in any one poll that may simply be statistical noise and the usual good advice to pay attention to the trends applies all the more so.
Which is why the significance in today’s YouGov polling for The Times is not that those wanting a second referendum now outnumber those opposed on this question wording but rather the trend over the last couple of months:
An example of those changing views is Gary Lineker:
UPDATE: For more on this topic, listen to the Polling Matters podcast.