Skip to comments.‘Quit Europe’ vote more likely after Cameron agrees to change referendum question
Posted on 06/20/2013 6:15:36 AM PDT by Olog-hai
David Cameron has agreed to change his controversial EU referendum blueprint amid fears the original plans could unfairly produce a stay in result.
The Prime Minister has bowed to Euroskeptic pressure and revised the crucial in/out question to be put to the nation if he wins the next Election. The alteration will see voters asked if the UK should be in the EU, rather than remain as in the original wording.
Last night, experts said the change could be crucial.
Damian Lyons Lowe, of pollsters Survation, said: The original question set out last month gave us 51 percent in favor of leaving the EU and 49 percent against in a survey. Thats a statistical dead heat. But the rephrasing could tip the balance further in favor of leaving the EU.
The change has been made even though Mr. Cameron believes that Britain should remain in a reformed EU.
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