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EMU Entry And EU Constitution
25 February 2005
The latest MORI/Citigroup survey suggests support for the EU Constitution treaty is low in Great Britain. British views on the new EU Constitution still could be affected by persuasive arguments that it would be either good or bad for the country.
The Referendum Battle
6 September 2004
MORI's latest research on behalf of The Foreign Policy Centre shows that the majority of the public have still to make up their minds or say they can be persuaded about how they would vote in a referendum on the European Constitution. Nevertheless, at this point in time it seems as though the "no" campaign have established an early lead in the campaign with exactly half the public saying they are against Britain adopting the Constitution. This includes over a quarter (27%) who say they are strongly against. For the "yes" campaign, we find just short of a third of the public who say they are either generally (23%) or strongly (8%) in favour of Britain adopting the Constitution.
Voters Happy to Stick With the MPC
5 March 2004
The Chancellor will refresh his verdict on the economic case for EMU entry in the Budget. We expect him again to rule out EMU entry, although doubtless with some sugar-coated language about gradual convergence.
Public Do Not Think Iain Duncan Smith Is Ready To Be Prime Minister
6 October 2003
Two-thirds of the British public (67%) do not think that the Conservative Party leader, Iain Duncan Smith is ready to be Prime Minister. Only 16% agree that Duncan Smith is ready to move into Downing Street, and 17% say they do not know. The MORI survey for the Financial Times also shows that three times as many people disagree that "the Conservatives are ready to form the next Government" (64%) than agree (21%).
Latest Views On The Euro
26 September 2003
A majority of people in Britain would vote against joining the single European currency if there were a referendum, according to new research from MORI Financial Services. As part of regular research for citigroup, the first question asks 'If there were a referendum now on whether Britain should be part of a single European currency, how would you vote?' The results show the share in favour of EMU entry edged down to 24% in September from 27% in June, with a rise in the share against to 61% from 59%. Thus, the balance against EMU entry rose to 37% from 32%, and is the highest since November 2000. A further 14% say they do not know how they would vote.
Public Opinion On EMU Entry
20 June 2003
A majority of people in Britain would vote against joining the single European currency if there were a referendum, according to the research by MORI for citigroup. The results show the share in favour of EMU entry stands at 27% (it was 29% in May), and those against stands at 59% (from 58% in May). The balance against EMU entry rose to 32% from 28%, and is the highest since October 2001. A further 14% say they do not know how they would vote.
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