A devastating new poll carried out by Survation has revealed that the majority of Leave voters now believe that the government’s Brexit position is a ‘sell out’.
When asked, 52% of Leave voters now say that the government’s position on Brexit talks represents a sell out – with only 25% of Leavers saying that Theresa May’s proposal is the best deal the UK could get.
Meanwhile only 29% of Brits think the agreement is faithful to the referendum result, with 49% of Leavers saying it isn’t and only 22% saying it is.
When asked of the May plan was a ‘blueprint for a soft Brexit’, 55% of all voters agree including 58% of Brexiteers.
And more widely the Tories have just lost several points in the polls, now trailing Labour.
We have new Chequers agreement polling in tomorrow's Mail on Sunday Updated Westminster voting intention is:
CON 38% (-3) LAB 40% (+2) LD 10% (+3) SNP 3% (-1) Others 9% (-1)
(Changes since 21st June) pic.twitter.com/DLMyzMWEMX
— Survation. (@Survation) July 7, 2018
Are Brexiteer MPs going to fight this or not?
The public clearly aren’t impressed – and Leave voters especially are not buying this is as the full independence they voted for.