11 January 2019

After Brexit: mass and elite survey data on the future UK-EU relationship

On the aggregate level, British political elites (66.7%) are more prone than the general public (51%) to accept a new UK-EU free trade agreement that allows citizens coming from EU member states to live and work in the UK.

Photo credits CC Flickr: Tiocfaidh ár lá 1916

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«In the run up to the January vote, the public debate about the Brexit draft deal will probably be reshaped, new elements and issues will emerge, and the voting intentions of parties may change. However, both the offline and the online discussions are by now suggesting a parliamentary rejection of May’s draft deal.»