There is further evidence that those who support Theresa May’s party strongly back walking away from the European Union without a deal if Brussels continue to take their current hardline stance.
A new Survation poll for the Daily Mail reveals that a whopping 60% of Conservative voters want the UK to leave the European Union without a deal if the EU refuse to change the deal on offer.
This follows on from another poll earlier this month that showed 64% of Tory members prefer a No Deal to the deal May brought back from Brussels.
When it comes to voters overall, 41% are in favour of leaving with No Deal compared to 44% who are against. Considering the wave of Project Fear and a reluctance still of many politicians to promote the benefits of walking away without a deal, those numbers are quite telling.
Interestingly when asked, the British public now think No Deal is the most likely outcome, with 36% of those asked predicting such an outcome compared to 25% who think the backstop will be binned and a further 20% who predict the Prime Minister will be lumbered with her current deal.
Outside of the bubble there is significant public support for leaving the EU with No Deal. The British government must stand firm and be prepared to walk away.