EU Referendum Poll: 9-11 Jun 2017

The following is the result of a poll carried out between June 9th & June 11th 2017, using the original EU referendum question: “Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?”. Data was gathered via a question placed on a balance of news, media, and other websites across the UK. The question was put to 1,001 adults within the UK; demographic data was available for 842.

Overall Result

When asked “Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?” the overall response from 1,001 UK adults asked between June 9th & June 11th 2017 was as follows:

Results are weighted based on available demographics from 842 of the 1,001 respondents.

Data split by Age

Splitting response by age bracket shows older respondents more likely to be decided, and more likely to choose ‘leave’. Voters between 25 and 44 gave the highest ‘remain’ percentage, and younger voters were more likely to be ‘undecided’ than older.

The following chart breaks this out, using representative colours: Blue = ‘remain’, red = ‘leave’, and orange = ‘undecided':

Data split by Gender

Male & female respondents answered broadly similarly, with a slightly higher proportion of Female respondents choosing to say they are undecided.

 

Appendix:

  • The poll ran & as displayed to a random sample of users within the UK.
  • The question was worded as per the official question.
  • There are many caveats with data such as this. It is a ‘snapshot’.
  • The specific ballot question was asked, rather than framing it as “If you were to vote today…?”.
  • Error bars are left visible on responses above, for full clarity.
  • ‘Undecided’ is left as an option, and included in the data above.
  • There was no pre-qualification question asking whether users are registered or eligible to vote.
  • Below is a breakdown of respondents, showing their demographic bias vs general internet users in the UK.

dan barkerEU Referendum Poll: 9-11 Jun 2017