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Is the election making us more cautious about Europe?

Voters are saying they want to stay in the EU more and more as polling day approaches

By Peter Kellner  

Blair: he built Labour's last victories, they can't forget that. © Owen Humphreys/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Tony Blair might not be the best person to deliver a pro-European message in the current election campaign, but his arguments do strike a chord. Three separate YouGov surveys in the past six weeks have detected a shift in public sentiment:

In our regular tracker surveys, the last two have found ten point leads for the UK staying in the EU: by 45-35 per cent in our late February…

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