POLL: How would you vote in a second Brexit referendum?

PUBLISHED: 12:34 16 January 2019

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Following the historic defeat on the Brexit deal and a no confidence vote looming over us, we want to know what you would say if there was a second referendum on the EU.

We have done an anonymous poll to try and gauge how Devon would vote again, if given the chance.

In the Commons, Prime Minister Theresa May saw her Brexit deal voted down by a record-breaking 230 votes before leader of the opposition Jeremy Corbyn tabled a vote of no confidence in the current government which could result in a general election.

Another option on the table is a second referendum but would the result be different?

It has been over two years since the UK voted to leave the European Union and in East Devon 54.1 per cent voted to leave while 45.9 per cent voted to remain so how would you vote today?

Did you choose to leave but have since changed your mind? Perhaps you voted remain but are now convinced leaving is the way forward? Let us know by completing the poll below:

Click here to read all you need to know about Brexit through The New European.

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