Join Sir John Curtice, senior fellow at The UK in a Changing Europe, as he goes through the latest data on how voters’ hopes for and expectations of Brexit have changed since the process began. He will also examine how these changes are influencing voters’ views of the merits of leaving the EU overall.
The data behind this event comes from NatCen’s unique, mixed mode, random probability panel, and have been collected as part of the whatukthinks.org/eu project. The project has been periodically tracking voters’ reactions to the Brexit process, initially focusing on what voters wanted to be included in the agreements between the UK and the EU. More recently the project has broadened its scope to examine how well the public think the Brexit process is developing.
Venue: National Centre for Social Research, 35 Northampton Square, London, EC1V 0AX
Time: Refreshments from 8:45am. Main presentation will begin at 9:00am.
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