'In' camp leads ahead of Britain's EU referendum - ComRes poll | Reuters

The 'In' campaign has a 11-point lead against rival 'Out' ahead of Britain's referendum in June to decide if Britain should be a part of the European Union, according to a ComRes poll for Daily Mail and ITV News. The survey, which queried 1,002 individuals, revealed that 51 percent would vote for Britain to stay in the EU and 40 percent would vote to leave. ( bit.ly/1U6QGYq ) Undecided voters made up the remaining 9 percent

Reuters April 21, 2016 04:45:12 IST
'In' camp leads ahead of Britain's EU referendum - ComRes poll
| Reuters

In camp leads ahead of Britains EU referendum  ComRes poll
 Reuters

The 'In' campaign has a 11-point lead against rival 'Out' ahead of Britain's referendum in June to decide if Britain should be a part of the European Union, according to a ComRes poll for Daily Mail and ITV News.

The survey, which queried 1,002 individuals, revealed that 51 percent would vote for Britain to stay in the EU and 40 percent would vote to leave. (bit.ly/1U6QGYq)

Undecided voters made up the remaining 9 percent.

(Reporting by Sangameswaran S in Bengaluru)

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