In the Uk there is now a majority of 12 percentage points to be in the EU, shows a measurement from YouGov, according to news agency Reuters. It is the highest level since the EU-referendum in 2016.
At the referendum of 23. June 2016 voted button 52 percent of the voters who participated in the referendum in the Uk, for a withdrawal from the EU.
the Measurement from the YouGov carried out 16. January.
the Result of the poll has been published by the People's Vote, which is pushing for a new referendum on EU membership.
It shows that 56 percent of voters would vote for continued EU membership, while 44 percent would vote for a withdrawal. Voters who are in doubt are not included in this inventory.
- the EU-supporters, have a lead of 12 percentage points - the highest ever, says Peter Kellner, who is the former leader of YouGov.
By the referendum in 2016, voted in favour of 17.4 million voters - or 51,9 percent - for a farewell to the EU, while 16,1 million voters - or 48,1 per cent - voted in favour of the to be.
A second measurement made among the labor party of Labour voters shows that 78 percent want a new community vote.
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