Public split on EU reform treaty

by Stephen Tall on September 24, 2007

Well, here’s a turn-up for the books. According to an Ipsos-Mori poll in today’s Sun, the country is split about whether they would vote to back or reject the EU reform treaty:

The result of a referendum would be a nail-biter with 46 per cent saying they would reject the Treaty and 44 per cent backing it.

The poll also asked how people would vote if there were a referendum on whether Britain should stay in the EU. It showed 56 per cent wanting to stay in and 44 per cent wanting to get out.

Given the fevered anti-EU press the treaty has received, I’d have expected the public mood at this stage to be much more agin than this poll suggests.

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That poll also suggests that if Brown calls an election the Lib Dems are in serious trouble.

I hope that’s not true as two party states aren’t healthy for democracy.

by Ralph on September 24, 2007 at 12:53 pm. Reply #

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