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#StrongerIn: Ostati kampanja vodi uoči referenduma UK EU

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david-Cameron-upozorava-na-brexitBritish support for staying in the European Union now enjoys an 11-point lead over the rival “Out” campaign, according to an opinion poll that adds to a run showing rising support for the “In” side ahead of June’s referendum.

The ComRes telephone poll for the Daily Mail and ITV News showed 51 percent of Britons would vote with the “In” camp, supported by Prime Minister David Cameron, up three points from last month’s survey.

By contrast, support for Brexit fell a point to 40 percent, with the remainder listed under “don’t know”.

The ComRes survey of 1,002 people marks the sixth in a row from major polling companies to show strengthening support for the “In” campaign.

“The ‘Remain’ lead in the (EU referendum) continues in our trend series going back to May 2015,” said Tom Mludzinski, director of political polling at ComRes.

It also suggested there has been no change to Cameron’s standing among the public in the EU referendum debate, after his personal wealth came under scrutiny following the publication of the Panama Papers.

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Later this week, Cameron hosts U.S. President Barack Obama, who is likely to suggest Britons should vote to stay in the bloc to preserve Britain’s wealth and its “special relationship” with the United States.

No, istraživanje ComRes donijelo je i dobru vijest za kamp Brexit: udio Britanaca koji su rekli da će gradonačelnik Londona pro-Brexit Boris Johnson utjecati na njihove stavove uoči referenduma porastao je na 32 posto sa 29.

Telephone polls have tended to give the “In” camp a bigger lead while online polls have the two sides running neck and neck.

A British exit from the EU would rock the Union — already shaken by differences over migration and the future of the euro zone — by ripping away its second-largest economy, one of its top two military powers and by far its richest financial centre.

Proeuzijski borci, uključujući bivše premijere Tonyja Blaira i Johna Majora, upozorili su da bi izlazak također mogao potaknuti raspad Ujedinjenog Kraljevstva potaknuvši još jedno izglasavanje škotske neovisnosti ako Engleska izvuče Škotsku iz EU.

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