Three weeks after the EU referendum, a new poll has been published, revealing how many people in Europe are now undecided about the EU.
FourFour2 has been tracking the latest polls for the EU since November.
Its latest poll shows that over half of Europeans surveyed believe that a vote to leave the EU will lead to the EU becoming a “third country”, while just over one in five people believe that leaving the EU would lead to a return to the former state of affairs.
Read more at FourFourOne: The EU referendum in a nutshellFourFourTwo: The UK’s EU referendumPolling has been done in an attempt to shed light on the referendum debate, with the pollster asking respondents to tell a simple yes or no question: “Should you vote to stay in the EU or to leave?”
In total, 583,500 people in the European Union responded to the poll, with a margin of error of plus or minus 2.8 percentage points.
The poll was carried out on November 27, just before the referendum was held, with an average of 7.1 million people taking part.
The average margin of victory for the pro-EU side was 22.9 percent, while the pro -EU side got 39.3 percent of the vote.
The results of the polls have been published here, with more on the results from the Brexit debate.
The final poll results will be published later this month.
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