Posted on 08 October 2020 by Sir John Curtice, Senior Research Fellow
Today sees the publication of two chapters on Brexit as part of the latest British Social Attitudes report. One examines the legacy of Brexit, that is, the impact that the process of leaving has had on our attitudes towards how we are governed. The other looks at what people hope Brexit will bring in future, that is, what they think the UK government should do with the new powers and responsibilities that it will acquire at the end of the transition period in December.
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BSA 37, Brexit, British Social Attitudes, political attitudes, public trust