Plurality of Brits want out of the European Union
A new YouGov polls shows that Brits want out of the European Union - so what is Cameron waiting for?
A YouGov poll released yesterday shows that 49% of people in the UK would vote to leave the EU if there was a referendum, while 57% of Germans would vote to stay in the Union.
Asked how they would vote in a referendum on the UK’s membership in the EU, a plurality (49%) of the British public say they would vote to leave the Union. Only 28% would vote to stay in the EU, and 17% say they don’t know how they would vote.
The poll also found that a majority (57%) of Germans would vote to stay in the EU, with only 25% saying they would vote to leave the Union, and 9% unsure of how they would vote.
65% of Brits say they are pessimistic about the future of the EU, while only 22% say they are optimistic
54% of Germans are pessimistic about the future of the EU, and 39% are optimistic Commenting on the findings
So when's that referendum, Dave?
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