Almost two-thirds expect Britain to stay in EU

Sterling rises on new Brexit vote research

26th May, 2016
Brexit survey asked 5,000 how they expected vote to go Pic Getty

Sterling rose 0.1 percent to just under $1.47 this morning, having climbed to $1.4729 on Wednesday, the highest level since May 3.

The opinion poll, carried out among 5,000 people by the British Conservative Party peer Michael Ashcroft was reported by the Guardian. It asked people what they expected the result to be, rather than how they would vote

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