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The latest poll on the European Union has found that a plurality of Europeans would leave if Britain left the European Union. This result is a blow for all those who are saying that the Brexit referendum represents an opportunity for the United Kingdom. Even many Britons who voted to remain in the EU have come to the conclusion that it is time to get out. Indeed, some may even say that a Brexit would lead to an economic calamity for Europe.
But the latest poll seems to support this view.
The poll found that just 29 percent of British people would continue to be members of the European Union if Britain voted to leave. It also found that just 28 percent believe that a Brexit would lead to an economic disaster for Europe. Only 32 percent of Brits thought that a British exit would lead to peace in Europe.
The number of Britons voting for exit has increased by five points since the previous poll. It is an indication that Britons are no longer convinced that Britain would be better off as a member of the European Union.
In other words, while voters in particular may feel that a Brexit will cost them dearly, it does appear that they believe that Britain is better off if it stays in. In fact, the number of people who think it will lead to the destruction of Europe has grown by more than three times in the last two years.
Even though many have suggested that a Brexit would lead to the destruction of the European Community, the number of people who believe this has fallen substantially. As of now, just 8 percent of Brits believe that Europe is on the verge of collapse and that it would be better to leave.
This poll found that the majority of voters believe that a Brexit will have no impact on national economies. This is perhaps surprising given the fact that the European Council has been pushing for a Brexit, and it is estimated that the economic costs of a Brexit run into the trillions.
The poll found that while many Brits would prefer a UK exit to leave the EU, they do not believe that this would lead to a serious financial crisis. The majority of Brits in this poll think that a vote to leave would only cost the country between between 4 and 8 percent in terms of economic loss. For example, a
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