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Will Britain really vote to stay in the EU?

Britons see leaving as risky—but that might not stop them voting for it

By Peter Kellner   July 2015

Those who think Britain's EU membership is safe should not rest on their laurels

Britain is likely to say a clear but reluctant Yes to staying in the European Union in the coming referendum. We don’t like or trust the EU, but we doubt whether Britain can prosper if we left the club. It will be a majority based on fear, not love.

This month’s YouGov poll for Prospect is the first to ask the precise question…

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