More Britons support Prime Minister Boris Johnson using whatever means to get the country out of the European Union (EU) than against him.
The development was reported by the Daily Telegraph in a poll conducted Monday.
Johnson had previously promised to expel Britain from the EU on October 31 regardless of whether he had concluded a deal with Brussels, despite many MPs opposing Brexit without a deal.
Johnson wants an agreement with the EU, but does not refuse to suspend parliament to prevent policymakers from blocking Brexit without a deal.
The poll conducted through the ComRes sought an opinion on whether they agreed with the statement “Boris should implement Brexit in any way including suspending parliament if necessary, to prevent policymakers from blocking it”.
As a result, 54 per cent of respondents supported the statement. 46% of Britons disagree.
It is understood that the decision was based on 1,645 respondents.