Remain Would Win 55-45 In Second Referendum, Poll Shows

14 August 2019, 16:19 | Updated: 14 August 2019, 16:20

The poll shows that Remain would win a second referendum
The poll shows that Remain would win a second referendum. Picture: PA

A poll showed the vote would shift in favour of Remain in a second referendum on EU membership.

The poll asked about voting intention in another referendum on EU membership and found that 55% would vote Remain, and only 45% would vote Leave.

The poll also interestingly showed that 2% of Brexit Party voters would back Remain.

The poll asked about voting intention in another referendum on EU membership.
The poll asked about voting intention in another referendum on EU membership. Picture: Survation

Regarding the expected outcome of the Brexit process, 15% expect the UK to remain in the EU, and 16% think leaving with a deal is the most likely outcome.

Almost half, 49%, predicted a no-deal Brexit.

21% said they do not know.

Expected outcome of the Brexit process
Expected outcome of the Brexit process. Picture: Survation

But on the question of their preferred outcome of the Brexit process, 43% of those polled said they would prefer to remain in the EU; 29% said leave the EU with a deal.

Only 19% preferred leave the EU without a deal; and 9% were not sure.

Preferred outcome of Brexit process
Preferred outcome of Brexit process. Picture: Survation

A General Election poll showed that the Conservatives would win and that the Liberal Democrats would score 2% higher than the Westminster poll conducted in July.

UK General Election Voting Intention
UK General Election Voting Intention. Picture: Survation

Survation conducted an online poll of 2,040 respondents aged 18+ between 6th-11th August 2019.

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