What UK Thinks
Published: November 2020
The What UK Thinks: EU website provides impartial, up-to-date information on public attitudes to the European Union before and since the EU Referendum.
It is run in conjunction with What Scotland Thinks that tracks attitudes towards how the constituent parts of the UK should and are being governed.
Data from all key surveys and opinion polls relevant to Brexit can be explored online. There is also a section containing key survey data from countries across the EU.
The Comment & Analysis section offers impartial commentary on polls and public opinion by academic and media commentator Professor John Curtice, alongside regular contributions from guest experts.
Whether you are a journalist, academic, campaigner or interested member of the public, this is the place to come to for all of the key poll and survey data on what the UK public thinks about the future of Europe and Britain’s membership of the EU.
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The emotional legacy of Brexit: How Britain has become a country of ‘Remainers’ and ‘Leavers’
Do voters still want to leave the EU? How they view the Brexit process two years on
Just 15 months to go: What Scotland is making of Brexit
Brexitland – A guided tour
The political consequences of the Brexit process
Public perceptions of Boris Johnson’s handling of Brexit
The impact of coronavirus on the Brexit process