New polling by Ipsos MORI shows that 67% of people are not confident that Theresa May will negotiate a good Brexit deal, compared to just 30% who are confident, the lowest since Article 50 was triggered.
Commenting, Gareth Thomas MP, leading supporter of the People’s Vote campaign, said:
“As Danny Dyer so brilliantly described it, Brexit is becoming a ‘mad riddle’ and the British people are increasingly sure that the end result will be a bad deal for our country.
“Those who think we’ll end up with a bad deal now outnumber those who think we’ll get a good deal by two-to-one. And that’s not surprising, considering the shambolic nature of the negotiations and total lack of progress on any of the key issues.
“With more and more people realising that we’re going to end up with a bad Brexit deal, there’s growing momentum behind the People’s Vote campaign and the call for the people to have a say on the final terms of Brexit.”
Notes to editors
The full poll can be viewed here (page 21): https://www.ipsos.com/sites/default/files/ct/news/documents/2018-06/pm-june-2018-slides.pdf