The holding of the referendum in the UK on the final agreement between Britain and the EU on the exit of the country from the European Union is supported by 48% of Survation poll participants. At the same time, 25% of respondents oppose this step. The survey results also showed that 43% prefer a “soft” option of the exit, and 37% favored a “hard” scenario. The Financial Times writes that 47% consider it a bad option for the country to withdraw from the EU without an agreement on the terms of Brexit. The British government allows for a referendum, during which the country's population will be able to speak about the final agreement on Brexit.
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