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Half of Britons now think it is unlikely that the UK will leave the EU by October 31st

Kantar's latest Brexit Barometer finds that remaining in the EU or revoking Article 50 continues to be the most popular outcome for the public.

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How will Brexit affect UK supermarkets?

We look at the impact that leaving the EU will have on retailers and consumers.

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Kantar UK Political Pulse

With the Kantar Pulse, you can see which politicians are being talked about most on Twitter, in real time

58% of UK would feel ‘very comfortable’ having a woman as head of government

According to the Reykjavik Index for Leadership, the UK holds the most progressive views on leadership in the G7.

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Kantar provides European Parliament with turnout and seat projections

European Elections take place; Kantar provides live publication of Sunday night’s live national estimates and European seats projections.

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From The Archive

Remaining in the EU/Revoking Article 50 continues to be the most popular outcome for the public, according to our Brexit Barometer.
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Kantar’s latest public polling finds Brexit Party has a clear lead over both Labour and the Conservatives as Britons head to the polls tomorrow.
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Almost half of the UK public is in favour of a referendum on any final Brexit deal.
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The latest Brexit Barometer from Kantar also shows that Labour are 3 points ahead of Conservatives.
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