According to a recent poll, the number of supporters of a British exit from the European Union far exceeds the number of supporters of continued membership of the EU.
The Guardian reports that an EU exit would be expressed 45% of respondents and opposed by only 36%. The others have formed their opinion on the matter.
In the time that has past since the previous survey on this topic, the number of supporters of withdrawal from the EU increased by three points.
The Prime Minister of great Britain David Cameron after the victory in the last elections promised to hold a national referendum on staying in the EU. At the same time he demanded from the EU to carry out a serious reform.
British leadership hoped to secure the agreement with the EU to allow him to speak for a further stay of the country in the European Union. In particular, Cameron demanded to cut social benefits for immigrants, insisting on the refusal of great Britain to further integration and preservation of national currencies, on the right of the British Parliament to reject EU directives, etc.
David Cameron has recently complained about the lack of progress in negotiations on these proposals.