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06 December 2017 | House of Commons

Brexit: The Public’s Half-Time Verdict

SPEAKER: John Curtice iStock_20502162_LARGE

The National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) is hosting a seminar at Westminster on the latest results from a unique survey tracking attitudes towards Brexit. This event is kindly sponsored by Ian Austin MP.

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The National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) is hosting a seminar at Westminster on the latest results from a unique survey tracking attitudes towards Brexit. This event is kindly sponsored by Ian Austin MP.

Speakers:

  • Professor John Curtice, Senior Research Fellow, NatCen and UK in a Changing Europe

  • Respondent: Stephen Kinnock MP, Member of the Select Committee on Exiting the European Union

The Brexit process is now at the half-time stage, at least so far as the timeline between the referendum and the proposed withdrawal date is concerned. But what do the public make of the process so far? Is there any evidence that they have changed their minds about what the Brexit deal should contain? Are there any signs of second thoughts about Brexit - or of greater support for leaving? And what impact is Brexit having on the pattern of party support?

These key questions will be addressed at a presentation by Prof. John Curtice of the latest wave of results from NatCen’s unique random probability sample that has been tracking attitudes towards Brexit since last year’s referendum.

About the event

The event is part of the What UK Thinks: EU project, funded by the ESRC as part of its The UK in a Changing Europe programme.

Led by psephologist Prof John Curtice, NatCen's researchers have been collating and analysing all the key survey and polling data on attitudes towards the EU since before the Referendum, creating a comprehensive resource on what the British public thinks.

All of the materials can be found on the What UK Thinks website.

Weds 6th December, 1300-1345pm. Committee Room 10, House of Commons, Saint Margaret Street, London, SW1A 0AA

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