Exit from European Union: Number of Supporters growing
New Delhi: Gradually the number of those in favour of Britain’s exit from the European Union is increasing. In this light it appears that the group opposing the move may suffer a set-back in the referendum slated to take place next week.
In the latest survey held by YouGov the percentage of the people who would like Britain out of the Union has gone up to 49. Only 39 per cent people want no change. Eleven per cent people are undecided yet and another four per cent may abstain from voting.
If the situation remains the same as indicated in the pre-referendum survey exit of the country from 23-nation bloc will become unavoidable.
John Mills, a prominent “ leave E U” campaigner is reported to have said "The polls are swinging our way, which is very good news but we must not be complacent".
Leading Labour Members of Parliament within the no change group , however issued a fresh appeal to Indian-origin and other ethnic minority voters to support them. This group is still hopeful of large support from the people . A clear picture will emerge on June 123.