What sort of Brexit deal does the British public want: a review of the evidence so far

The report ‘What sort of Brexit deal does the British public want: a review of the evidence so far’ by Dr Noah Carl reviews the evidence on what sort of Brexit deal the British public wants. It does not argue for or against any particular Brexit deal, but rather aims to demarcate the various options on the table, and to synthesise information from a large number of surveys and opinion polls.

The first section of the report outlines the various possible deals that could be struck between the UK and the EU over the next 18 months.

The second section reviews the evidence that has been gleaned from polls and surveys so far about what sort of Brexit deal the British public actually prefer.

And the third and final section examines how support for “soft” versus “hard” Brexit has changed since the EU referendum by conducting a simple meta-analysis of polls.

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The views expressed in this research paper are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the UK in a Changing Europe initiative.

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