A recent survey showed that the majority of Britons who will take part in the referendum, scheduled for June 23 to vote for the country's exit from the European Union.
The survey, commissioned by The Telegraph, found that for an exit of Britain from the European Union voted 49%, 47% gave their votes for, to remain part of the block. The survey also showed that the undecided voters in this case, were the most concerned about the choice of options "to stay" because of the possibility of increasing and uncontrolled immigration throughout the EU.
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These are very different from those presented Confederation of British Industry. Its report showed that 80% of employers vote for to stay in the EU.