Posted on 16 October 2018 by Sir John Curtice, Senior Research Fellow
One of the persistent findings of the polling on attitudes towards Brexit – both before and since the referendum itself – has been that voters are more likely to think that Brexit will be bad for Britain’s economy than anticipate that it will be beneficial. However, there has also been some evidence that voters’ views on the economic consequences of Brexit depend on the time frame that they are invited to consider.
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Brexit, EU, EU Referendum, European Union, economy