In results from a hypothetical referendum question, it was claimed the option to leave the European Union with the Prime Minister’s deal had a 50.2% share against the option to remain in the EU.
This article examines the problems with presenting opinion poll results with that degree of precision.
“Along the lines”
Europe Elects, a polling account on Twitter, wrote:
UK, Opinium poll:
European Union Membership Referendum
Leave with Johnson Deal: 50.2%
Fieldwork: 15–17 October 2019