According to a recent survey of the number of supporters of the so-called «Brexit» - the UK's withdrawal from the European Union - is growing rapidly.
According to an online survey conducted by Opinium, the number of people in the referendum on the Kingdom's membership of the EU, which will be held in June, will vote for the country's way out of the unit, it is 43%. This is 4% higher than the number of those who wish to stay. The survey involved 1,966 respondents, 18% of whom are still undecided. The exact date of the referendum - 23 June.
According to the online survey, 54% of people aged 55 and older voted in favor of the «Brexit», while only 30% of respondents in this age group want to remain part of the EU. As for the inhabitants of the country between the ages of 35 to 54 years, 42% want to leave the unit and 38% - to stay. Most of Britons aged 18 to 34 years, we voted to stay in the EU: 53% versus 29%.
Nevertheless, the publication Business Insider claims that the telephone and online surveys do not provide accurate information and are meaningless.