(Worthy News) - Britons are preparing to head to the polls Thursday to decide whether the country will remain in the European Union, a decision advance surveys indicate is not a foregone conclusion.
An ORB survey of 800 people for the Daily Telegraph newspaper showed 49 percent are in favor of the "remain" campaign to stay in the EU compared to 47 who favor the "leave" campaign.
Two other polls put the "leave" side slightly ahead of "remain." An online poll by TNS surveying 2,320 adults favors "leave" by 2 points, with 43 percent of the vote. An Opinium poll of 3,011 people shows "leave" with the lead at 45 percent compared to 44 percent who want to remain. [ Source ]
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