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British Poll: 43% prefer to cancel the Brexit and 41% prefer to hold a second referendum

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Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at wnobserver.com
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A British Poll found that 43% of British voters prefer to cancel the exit of the country from the European Union (Brexit) and 41% of voters prefer to hold a second referendum on completing the scenario of “chaotic” withdrawal without an agreement in late October, unless the next prime minister conclusion New agreement.

British voters are skeptical that the next prime minister, whether Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt, can negotiate a better deal to get out of the European Union within three months, in the face of the same political unrest, which ousted outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May, the Independent newspaper reported on its website.

The exclusive British Poll conducted by the BMG Center for the Independent newspaper revealed that 43% of the electorate would choose to cancel the EU exit decision to complete the unregulated Brexit scenario, which is supported by only 38% of the electorate.

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Forty-one percent of those participated in British Poll said they would support a second referendum to give a final say to break the stalemate in the exit process.

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