Britain’s relationship with Europe: How voters from different parties see it differently – today’s YouGov twitter.com/MSmithsonPB/st…
— Mike Smithson (@MSmithsonPB) November 25, 2012
The chart has been prepared from the latest polling by YouGov on attitudes towards the EU.
On the main issue of how people would vote in a referendum the overall split is 49% withdraw and 32% remain. The chart shows how voters for the parties divide. There is no column for UKIP because YouGov do not provide that cross-tab.
Interestingly while the vote in favour of withdrawal is emphatic there is a nuanced response to other questioning about what people would like to see. So just 26% say they want complete withdrawal while 46% look to a more detached relationship.
The party splits are as you would think with CON voters being much more hostile though only 31% of them want Britain to leave the EU completely.
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