Ipsos MORI Research Archive
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European Union membership - trends
30 November 2012
Q If there were a referendum now on whether Britain should stay in or get out of the European Union, how would you vote?
European Union Poll
30 October 2011
Two in three (67%) British adults would like to see a referendum held to decide on Britain membership of the European Union – only a quarter (26%) would not like to see such a referendum.
When it comes to voting in the referendum the public are fairly split, half say they would vote to get out of the European Union while two in five would vote for Britain to stay in the EU.
EU Referendum Survey
3 March 2008
Ipsos MORI's recent poll for the Liberal Democrats shows that over half of British adults think there should be a referendum on Britain's membership with Europe (54%), while a quarter disagree (27%).
Attitudes Towards The EU Constitution
3 June 2005
The majority of the British public still want to have their say on the proposed European constitution, despite the overwhelming majority saying they would vote against it. The survey, conducted after the French referendum, shows that just 22% of the public say they would currently vote "yes" to "approve the treaty establishing a constitution for the European constitution", with 56% saying they would vote "no" and 22% saying they do not vote. When the "don't knows" are excluded, the result would mean a no vote by a margin of 72% to 28%.
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