More Than Half of Britons Want a Referendum on the Brexit Agreement
52% believe that if a deal is reached, it should be voted on by a poll.
More than half of Britons support the idea of a possible Brexit final referendum. This shows a poll presented on Wednesday, BTA reports.
52% of those polled believe that if a deal is to be reached, it must be voted in a referendum, 29% are opposed and 19% have no opinion, according to a poll by the sociological agency Kantor.
According to the same survey, the ruling Conservatives have a significant lead over the opposition Labor Party in terms of voter support - 42% compared to 28%.
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