Remainers are to blame, give us no deal NOW, say Doncaster voters in Brexit opinion poll

Remain voters are to blame for the Brexit deadlock – and people in Doncaster want a no deal, according to the results of an opinion poll.

Tuesday, 26th March 2019, 1:24 pm
Updated Tuesday, 2nd April 2019, 1:47 pm

We asked readers to have their say on who was to blame for the Brexit mess and how they would like to see the situation resolved.

And Doncaster, a staunch Leave voting area, has placed the blame firmly at the door of Remain voters in the poll, which attracted more than 1,000 votes.

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23% of people in our survey said Remainers were to blame for Brexit stalling – ahead of MPs (18%) and former Prime Minister David Cameron who held the 2016 EU Referendum (16%).

14% said current PM Theresa May was at fault while former UKIP leader and prominent Brexiteer Nigel Farage attracted 11% of the vote.

In a separate poll, people were asked how they would like to see Brexit resolved – with more than half of those surveyed demanding ‘no deal.’

A whopping 53% said that walking away from the EU without a deal was the best option with 32% calling for Article 50 to be revoked and Brexit cancelled.

Only eight per cent of those surveyed called for a second referendum.

Doncaster voted by 69% to 31% to leave in the 2016 Referendum.

DONCASTER BREXIT OPINION POLL RESULTS IN FULL

Who is to blame for the Brexit mess?

Remain voters 23%

MPs 18%

David Cameron 16%

Theresa May 13%

Nigel Farage/other Leave campaigners 11%

Leave voters 8%

Conservative Party 4%

The EU 3%

Labour Party/Jeremy Corbyn 3%

Tony Blair/other Remain campaigners 1%

Others 0%

How would you like to see Brexit resolved?

No deal 53%

Revoke Article 50 and cancel Brexit 32%

Second referendum 8%

Theresa May’s deal 2%

General Election 2%

Something else 1%