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Support for leaving EU has fallen significantly across bloc since Brexit

People less likely to vote leave in every EU member state for which data was available than in 2016-17, survey finds

Support for leaving the EU has dropped significantly, and sometimes dramatically, in member states across the bloc in the wake of the UK’s Brexit referendum, according to data from a major pan-European survey.

The European Social Survey (ESS), led by City, University of London and conducted in 30 European nations every two years since 2001, found respondents were less likely to vote leave in every EU member state for which data was available.

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