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Brexit: New EU referendum poll puts 'Remain' at 52 per cent

The EU Referendum Poll Came To Nail-bitingly Close Gap Of Just 4 Points As The Final Poll Of The Campaign Shows A Narrow Lead For The Remain Camp. The Ipsos MORI Survey Shows 52 Per Cent Of Remain, Those Who Want To Stay With EU Against 48 Per Cent Who Call For A Brexit.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Hina Khan | Updated on: 23 Jun 2016, 06:06:54 PM
Brexit: New EU referendum poll puts Remain at 52 per cent

New Delhi :

The EU Referendum poll came to nail-bitingly close gap of just 4 points as the final poll of the campaign shows a narrow lead for the Remain camp. The Ipsos MORI survey shows 52 per cent of Remain, those who want to stay with EU against 48 per cent who call for a Brexit.

So far the debate is going neck-and-neck, research also shows that 12 per cent of people confess that they might change their minds in few hours.

British Prime Minister David Cameron also expressed his concern for the historic moment that will decide the future of the country. Calling today’s referendum the most important vote in generations, he said that the result is irreversible, there is no turning back.

While on the other hand, British politician Boris Johnson said “This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to vote Leave, to take back control of our money, our trade, our borders, our laws and our democracy. I’d urge people to get out and vote Leave, and tomorrow we can have our Independence Day.”

Citizens of Ireland, Malta and Cyprus resident in the UK can vote as can Commonwealth citizens resident in the UK and Gibraltar, including Indians.

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First Published : 23 Jun 2016, 06:01:00 PM