The Opinium Poll, commissioned by the Brexit-backing Bruges Group think tank, is further evidence that the Leave camp is gaining support and delivers the biggest margin of victory for Brexit so far, after giving voters the option of a choice of free trade agreements with the EU.
It found 52 per cent chose to leave the EU, with only 33 per cent choosing to keep the status quo.
Despite there being less than two weeks before the crucial referendum, on June 23, a further 15 per cent said they still didn't know.
Of those who voted to leave the majority, 39 per cent, said that Britain should have some sort of Free Trade Agreement with the EU, similar to the one currently enjoyed between the US, Canada and Mexico.
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- 12-06-2016 16:12
- 12-06-2016 16:52
I find it interesting that "33 per cent choosing to keep the status quo." when there is no status quo in this referendum. It is either taking back control or further EU integration.
What I can tell you though is here in Ayrshire, the data we have show that remain and leave are neck and neck with a large chunk of undecideds which goes against the polls that suggest Scotland will overwhelmingly vote to remain in the EU.