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Britons to vote against Brexit, surveys show

But the leave campaign may yet win the day as it plays on migration fears

STAYING PUT: Surveys show voters in the June 23 Brexit referendum will choose continuation of the status quo as they fear trade deterioration and economic uncertainty if Britain exits the European Union.


SURVEYS show the majority of UK respondents and financial-market participants are betting the country will remain in the European Union (EU) after the June 23 referendum. They reason that the voters will choose continuation of the status quo because they fear trade deterioration

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