Further movement in the polls in favour of Britain being in the EU

First, there’s YouGov’s backward-looking questions about the European referendum:
YouGov tracker on European refernedum outcome
Then there is BMG’s polling on what next:
Independent front page on BMG Euro polling

When BMG asked some 1,500 respondents, “should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union, or leave the European Union”, 52 per cent said “remain”, 40 per cent said “leave”, six per cent said they did not know and one per cent refused to say.

The remain option has been in the high 40s most of this year, but from September to October it rose one point and then another point to 49 per cent in November, meaning it rose three points in December to its current level.

UPDATE: These trends are continuing.

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