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- Around 2.6 million voters have switched their support from leaving the EU to remaining, major new polling shows.
- Around a million voters have switched their support in the other direction, meaning a net total of 1.6 million more voters now support remaining in the EU compared to 2016.
- Campaigners say it adds pressure on the government to arrange a new Brexit referendum.
LONDON — More than 2.6 million voters have abandoned their previous support for Brexit and now support remaining in the EU, according to new polling.
When offset by the 970,000 people that have switched their support from Remain to Leave, that would mean a net total of 1.6 million more voters now support remaining in the EU compared to the 2016 vote.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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