Research by Kantar's TNS has revealed the UK is split on whether
to stay in Europe, with 37% of people saying we should stay in the
EU and 40% saying we should leave.
There are big differences in age, young people feel much more
favourably towards the EU, 50% of people aged 18-34 years want to
stay, whereas, 53% of people aged 55 and above want to leave.
The top two things about Europe that concern Brits the most are
immigration (58%) and judicial interference (41%). These worries
are underpinned by a feeling that the UK has less influence in the
EU than other member countries of a similar size (47% of people
Only 14 percent of voters think Cameron can renegotiate
Britain's terms successfully.
Source : Kantar TNS