The vast majority of Conservative Party members now support leaving the European Union on WTO terms as their most favoured outcome.
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That’s according to a poll of 858 Tory members by YouGov that asked which Brexit stance best reflected their view on how the government should proceed.
A whopping 66% backed a No Deal Brexit, including 82% of those who voted Leave and 22% who backed Remain in 2016.
Just 13% want the government to negotiate an alternative deal that would have the backing of Tory and DUP MPs and only 12% of Tory members think the government should continue to try and get Parliament to approve Theresa May’s current proposal.
A tiny 6% favour a compromise deal with Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party.
And unsurprisingly, 84% of Tory members oppose a second referendum.
Pretty stark numbers. But is anyone in Westminster even listening anymore? Perhaps those planning to stand in the impending Conservative leadership race might be.