Below given is the latest results which combined the six most recent surveys carried out between 1st June and 10th June, with “Don’t knows” are ruled out. The question is: “Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?” As of today, 14th June, it seems that people who are in favour of Brexit take a lead – 51% supports Brexit and 49% supports the opposite.
Britain journalists say that people are “confused” due to the details “thrown around” ahead of the 23 June referendum. According to the polls, the public does not trust the politicians. Instead voters are looking to friends, television news and other media for answers. Ben Page, Chief Executive of Ipsos MORI, reflects the anxiety of UK citizens as below
“This is not about numbers; this is not even about facts; this is about emotion – and the details of the exact amounts of money that are paid to the European Union or got back, the actual numbers of immigrants that might or might not arrive if we stayed or left, a lot of this is just confusing voters,”
Experts are divided as the outcome is very difficult to predict because the usual election assumptions relating to party affiliation and safe seats do not apply here.
The biggest news paper in UK, Sun has urged its readers to vote in favor of Brexit. The newspaper conveyed its message in an emotional fashion.
“Outside the EU we can become richer, safer and free at long last to forge our own destiny — as America, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and many other great democracies already do,” The Sun said. “If we stay, Britain will be engulfed in a few short years by this relentlessly expanding German-dominated federal state.”
According to Bloomberg, below are the consequences around European Union if Brexit happens
Now lets wait for 9 more days to see the outcome!!!
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