EU Referendum Poll: Have you changed your mind? Should the UK remain in the EU?

EU Referendum Poll

The latest EU Referendum Poll conducted by ICM on the 8th May 2016 (after removal of the don’t knows) concluded that voters wanting to leave the EU were ahead 51% to 49%.

A recent Investment Reviewer EU Referendum Poll conducted between 24th and 30th April 2016 put voters wanting to leave at 68% to 32% (see the full result and poll information).

So The Investment Reviewer is conducting a new poll between 13th May and 19th May 2016, to gauge whether opinion has changed.


Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?

This poll is closed! Poll activity:
Start date 09-03-2016 19:31:38
End date 19-05-2016 23:59:59
Poll Results:

Should the UK remain in the European Union?

Thank you for voting and we look forward to reading your comments.


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8 Comments on EU Referendum Poll: Have you changed your mind? Should the UK remain in the EU?

  1. I would normally vote along Tory guidelines in any election but the drivel being spouted by Cameron and Osborne regarding the referendum has confirmed that Brexit is the only option. Do they really think that we’re influenced by the scripted comments from Obama, Carney and Legarde et al? What they’re failing to see is that the average Joe isn’t to concerned about the economic discussion and isn’t convinced that the EU has anything to do with preventing a war over the last 70 years, it’s all about democracy and being governed by unelected and seemingly unaccountable highly paid tossers in Brussels.

  2. Am absolutely fed up with being told that the eu (brussels) is good for the UK, how does that work exactly?,what I do know is the corrupt Un-elected nob head tossers have broken our steel industry,pushed our NHS,schools,security personal, (the list goes on) to breaking point. Immigration is out of hand, radicals coming into the UK un-challenged,cheap labour taking jobs away from our young people, I could go on and on, but I won’t we all know already!, so there is only one reasonable way to vote on June 23rd, and that is out,this is our last chance to take our country back and make referendum day independence day

  3. I consider voting OUT to be my patriotic duty and that repealing the various Acts that have gradually ceded our sovereignty and self-governance to an unelected, unaccountable, foreign entity. I hope that June 23rd becomes Independance Day and that there is a high turnout of voters to ensure this becomes so.

  4. I have a small business with a family and after much research and soul searching I am of the opinion that we would be better out, I look at how the EU as treated the Southern European members and I don’t like the EU land grab of the former soviet states, I think the EU is turning into something sinister and is a threat to European peace, hopefully our Brexit will start a dominoe effect and get us all back to independent sovereign states with a free trade agreement with no political union.

  5. I have always believed that the EU would one day became a superstate run by undemocratic members with Germany and France pulling the strings. Let’s make the 23rd of June Independence Day.

  6. Hi my name is Natalie and I just wanted to drop you a quick message here instead of calling you. I discovered your EU Referendum Poll: Have you changed your mind? Should the UK remain in the EU?

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