Ipsos MORI Research Archive
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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.
EMU Entry Off the Pre-Election Agenda
8 May 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. As part of regular research for citigroup*, the results show the share in favour of EMU entry edged down to 29% from 30% in March, with a rise in the share against to 58% from 56%. Thus, the balance against EMU entry rose to 28% from 26%, and is the highest since October 2001.
Steady Rejection Of Euro In Britain
4 April 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. As part of regular research for Schroder Salomon Smith Barney, the results show no significant change since the last figures two months ago, and — indeed — no significant change since the survey carried out in February/March 2002.
Joining The Euro
24 January 2003
Q Which of the following best describes your own view of British participation in the single currency?
Little Change On Euro Vote
24 January 2003
Public opinion on the Euro has changed little since last year, with a majority still saying they would vote 'no' in a referendum on Britain joining the single European currency. Research by MORI Financial Service for Schroder Salomon Smith Barney shows 57% of people in Britain say they would vote 'no' when asked 'If there were a referendum now on whether Britain should be part of a single European currency, how would you vote?'. Three in 10 (31%) say they would vote yes and one in 10 (11%) said they did not know how they would vote.
Senior Business Staff On The Euro
9 January 2003
Half of senior business people within the British Chambers of Commerce (49%) want the Chancellor to wait and see how the Euro develops before joining, even if the 'five economic tests' are satisfied, according to new research by MORI.
Single European Currency Tracker, November 2002
20 November 2002
There has been a slight drop in the gap between those who would vote in a referendum for the UK to join the European Monetary Union (EMU) and those who would vote against.
Single European Currency Tracker, July 2002
19 July 2002
Our latest MORI poll suggests that public opinion remains clearly against EMU entry. The balance of opinion against EMU entry has increased slightly since May and is similar to the average of Labour's first term in government (1997-01).
Single European Currency Tracker, May 2002
24 May 2002
Our latest MORI poll (carried out just after the 'Paxman' interviews) suggests that PM Blair's pro-EMU comments have failed to generate much rise in public support for EMU entry.
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