Our April online poll for the independent suggests the result of June’s EU referendum is still too close to call, with the vote split 50:50.
When we take into account respondents’ likelihood to turnout on the day, those voting to for Britain to leave the UK edge ahead at 51%.
Despite this, almost half (46%) of those polled agreed that the risks of leaving the EU outweigh the benefits (with 19% answering ‘don’t know’).
Obama’s intervention into the EU debate seems not to have had a huge impact on the debate, with only 23% agreeing that it has made them more likely to vote to remain in the EU.
The poll also asked respondents about the Junior Doctors' strike.
58% of those surveyed in Great Britain agreed that junior doctors in England were right to hold an all-out strike against the government’s decision to impose a contract on them, even if it affected services.
Considering only those respondents who live in England – where the strikes took place – the results are almost unchanged: 57% agree with the statement that junior doctors were right to hold an all-out strike.
The survey took place online from 27th – 29th April 2016. The data has been weighted to be representative of the demographic breakdown of Great Britain.