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U.K. Documents | 23 June. The Polls are Wrong to Suggest Brexit is a 50:50 Risk
On the eve of the referendum, opinion polls continue to suggest that the result is essentially a coin toss. The latest online polls point to a neck-and-neck race, while telephone polls point to a narrow Remain victory.

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23 June. The Polls are Wrong to Suggest Brexit is a 50:50 Risk

By Samuel Tombs

On the eve of the referendum, opinion polls continue to suggest that the result is essentially a coin toss. The latest online polls point to a neck-and-neck race, while telephone polls point to a narrow Remain victory.

Posted: 23rd Jun 2016 in 'U.K. Documents'

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