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Saturday, March 17, 2018

Poll: the British chose to retain the UK’s membership of the EU

On 23 June the British citizens had to answer the fateful question – “Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?”. Such a formulation was listed on the ballot referendum about the EU. And here’s the historic vote has ended. The official results will be known only to the morning of June 24, however, the first data on the possible outcome of the referendum is already there.

That Brexit, most likely, will not take place, said the experts of the sociological service YouGov, who conducted the voting process the survey, alternative exit poll.

“According to the data obtained after the polls for the Kingdom’s exit from the EU voted 48% of citizens, and against this decision were made by 52% of voters” – quoted YouGov Sky News.

Skeptical about the chance of exit of Britain from the EU and leading local bookmaker. They are based on the statistics of the bets made before the vote. Thus, according to betting Agency William Hill, the probability that the country will remain in the EU, is 83%. Betfair also believe in the failure of Brexit, however, this percentage is slightly lower, it is 78%, writes Reuters.

For its part, the Prime Minister of great Britain David Cameron, a known opponent of Brexit, in his microblog on Twitter have expressed their gratitude to all those residents of UK who have decided not to support the country’s withdrawal from the European Union.

“I Express my gratitude to everyone who voted to maintain a strong, safe UK, best in Europe,” he wrote.

Thank you everyone who voted to keep Britain stronger, safer & better off in Europe – and thousands of @StrongerIn campaigners around the UK

— David Cameron (@David_Cameron) June 23, 2016

His opponent, fought just the same to Britain left the EU, head of the Independence party of great Britain Nigel Faraj also said that the eurosceptics are unlikely to be able to win the last referendum.

“I believe that the campaign “Remain” won today”, he said.

However, while the gap between wanting to “go” and “stay” is very small. And given the “error” silprasit, the intrigue will be kept until the announcement of the results.

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