Readers say Brexit is going poorly

By Chris Were   |   Reporter   |
Tuesday 12th July 2022 6:00 am
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Gazette readers are in-line with the rest of the country when it comes to how well they think Brexit is going.

National pollsters YouGov asked the country: “The EU transition period ended on December 31, 2020. Since then, do you think Brexit has gone well or badly?”

A total of 54 per cent of people who responded to the survey told YouGov that Brexit is going very or fairly badly. Gazette readers were a little more decided, with 67 per cent of survey participants saying that Brexit is going badly.

Only 16 per cent of people nationwide said that Brexit was going fairly or very well, compared with 17 per cent of Gazette readers.

Both readers and nationwide survey participants agree that Brexit is not yet done, although with a measurable disparity.

Gazette readers are the most decided on the subject with 82 per cent of respondents saying that Brexit is not done, 54 per cent of participants saying the same in the YouGov poll.

For those who wish to participate in future polls run by the Ross Gazette can follow the paper’s Twitter account @RossGazette.


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