56% would now vote Remain.


A YouGov poll, conducted after Tuesday night’s record-breaking Commons vote against Theresa May’s Brexit Deal, shows that 56 per cent of voters would now vote Remain in a second EU Referendum. 44 per cent would still vote Leave. This is the biggest lead for Remain since December 2015, before the EU Referendum, when an Ipsos MORI poll gave Remain 58%!





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