A new poll out from YouGov has shown a growing gap between support for leaving the EU and remaining in it.
YouGov’s Eurotrack results for December shows that whilst 48% of Brits asked prefer that the UK leaves the EU, only 39% now say they would prefer for the UK to remain, a 9 point lead for those now full square behind Brexit. An additional 13% of those asked are undecided.
That is a big swing since the same firm asked the same question in October. Back then support for leaving had just a 2 point lead.
There is also substantial support amongst Brits to leave right now, with 30% favouring an immediate Brexit. 54% prefer an EU exit after negotiations with Brussels have concluded, though many are clearly growing impatient.
Interestingly those in Germany, Denmark, Sweden and Finland still want Britain to remain, with majorities in favour of retaining the UK cash cow inside the Brussels club. Though the French are split down the middle about whether they want Britain to stay or go…