Britain and the EU – the party divide

November 25th, 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.

Mike Smithson

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