Brexit EU Referendum, EU, UK, European Union, Brexit ,British EU Opinion Poll ,Europe,David Cameron, British prime minister

DATE

REMAIN

LEAVE

UNDECIDED

SAMPLE SIZE

FIRM

6- 8 MAY 2016

44%

46%

11%

2,005

ICM

3-6 MAY 2016

42%

40%

13%

3,378

YouGov

29 APRIL – 3 MAY 2016

44%

45%

11%

2,040

ICM

26 – 29 APRIL 2016

42%

41%

14%

2,005

OPINIUM

27 – 29 APRIL 2016

49%

51%

 

2,000

ORB

Brexit EU Referendum, EU, UK, European Union, Brexit ,British EU Opinion Poll ,Europe,David Cameron, British prime minister 

As the date for Brexit referendum is approaching near the buzz around it is gaining. David Cameron, British prime minister, declared June 23rd as the date of referendum, when United Kingdom will vote on the question of whether to stay “in” or “out” of the European Union.

Different experts have given different opinion about the probable pros and cons of being in the EU. Prime Minister Cameron himself has been pushing for UK to remain a part of EU. He has been campaigning to stay in the bloc after London Mayor Boris Johnson dealt a blow by backing a “Brexit”. 

The date of referendum is near and so various opinion polls have started to predict the outcome of the vote. Most of the opinion polls done by various prominent agencies predict a close vote between the “Ins” and “OUTs”. The data from different sources shows a deep divide in the people over the question of Brexit.The latest weekly online opinion poll conducted by the firm ICM between 6-8 may, 2016 shows that 44% of the people had voted for “Remain” and 46% had voted for “Leave” while 11% people remain undecided over what to vote.

The survey was conducted over a sample size of 2,005 people.Last week opinion poll by ICM between 29 April – May 3 2016 predicted 44% for the “Remain” and 45% for the “Leave”.Another prominent agency YouGov conduted an online poll between 3-6 May and found that 42% of the people voted for “Remain” while 40% voted for “Leave” and 13% people remained undecided. The survey was done over a sample size of 3,378 electorates.