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What UK Thinks: the home for public opinion data on Brexit

28 October 2016 | Tags: European Union, Politics

The UK’s leading independent research institute, NatCen Social Research, has today announced that its “What UK Thinks” website and data analysis tool will continue to provide access to all the most up to date public opinion data on attitudes towards the European Union as the UK prepares for Brexit. The website is available at www.whatukthinks.org/eu

“What UK Thinks” will provide impartial evidence and analysis of public opinion on what the UK’s future relationship with Europe should be now that it has voted to leave the EU. Use of the site is free and it gives access to:

  • UK polling data dated back to 2010 with interactive tools that allow users to find poll and survey results by topic and to compare results over time by different polling companies and polling method
  • Regular blogs and briefing papers from NatCen Senior Research Fellow, Professor John Curtice, and a series of guest experts analysing public opinion polls and attitudes throughout the Brexit process
  • Data on other countries’ attitudes to their own membership of the EU and the view from the continent on what Brexit should look like

The project continues to be funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) as part of its research initiative 'The UK in a Changing Europe', and is led by Professor John Curtice, Senior Research Fellow at NatCen Social Research.

For more information contact

Sophie Brown: sophie.brown@natcen.ac.uk 0207 549 9550

Leigh Marshall: leigh.marshall@natcen.ac.uk 0207 549 8506