Record low of 18 percent of UK voters think May has the right Brexit deal: poll
A European Union flag is noticed at the back of a British Union Jack all the way through an anti-brexit protest in London, Britain, January 7,2019. REUTERS/ Phil Noble
LONDON (Reuters) – A document low of simply 18 percent of British voters think Prime Minister Theresa May has were given the right Brexit deal, an ORB poll revealed on Monday confirmed.
When requested in the event that they have been assured May had the right deal, 59 percent disagreed, 21 percent stated they didn’t know and 18 percent agreed, the lowest degree ever recorded by way of the poll which has been tracking perspectives of her negotiation since 2016.
The poll, which has been performed per month since the finish of 2016, surveyed 2,000 adults in the United Kingdom.
Reporting by way of Guy Faulconbridge; enhancing by way of Michael Holden