A new poll by Opinium for the Observer finds that 37% of voters support withdrawing from the EU with no deal, against 25% who prefer entering a transition period within the single market until a deal with the EU is negotiated, and 23% who want to abandon Brexit. 40% said they would support staying in the single market “even if it means allowing free movement of labour”, against 37% who want to end freedom of movement “even if it means we leave the single market.” A majority of voters (53%) did not back a second referendum.
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