No to EU in front in new Brexit poll

No to EU in front in new Brexit poll
A narrow majority of Britons want the UK out of the EU, according to a new poll.

45 percent of respondents say they want a withdrawal from the EU, while 42 percent still want to remain in the Union, according to a poll conducted by the analysis institute ICM.

12 percent of the respondents have not yet decided.

The poll was conducted between April 8 and April 10.

2030 people attended.

The previous ICM poll, published on April 6, showed that the yes to EU side had a small lead with 43 percent against the no to EU side's 42 percent.

As it stands now, it is impossible to predict the outcome of the referendum, which will take place on June 23, 2016.

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