A Global Counsel/TNS poll of British public opinion three weeks ahead of the European Parliamentary elections suggests a fine balance between supporters and opponents of UK membership of the EU. There is a marked generational split. Britain’s quintessential Eurosceptic is a man over 55, working class, living in the South East of England and no longer in employment. By contrast, many younger voters still support EU membership, most often for economic reasons. The full poll results are available HERE.
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