New poll suggests more than two thirds of people ‘now support Brexit’

15 May

Britain voted to leave the European Union by 52 per cent to 48 per cent, while Scotland, London and Northern Ireland voted for remain.

Marcus Roberts, the company’s director of international projects, said: “The rise of the ‘Re-Leavers’ mean that the Conservatives are fishing in a massive lake, while the other parties are casting their rods into a pond.

“When discussing Brexit and its implications in the campaign the electorate is not two pools of voters split almost down the middle 52/48.

“Instead, it is instead one massive lake made up of Leave and Re-Leave voters and one much smaller Remain pond.”

The latest figures present Theresa May’s party with the opportunity to target “a massive lake of voters with very little competition”.

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