As you answer each sequence of questions do they bias your
final answer - try
Question 1.If the referendum for the UK
to leave the EU were to happen tomorrow, instead of June 2016 what would
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Question 2. The referendum in June 2016 was won by the Leave
campaign. Do you think the government should carry out
the will of the people?
by the question to see if you are being led!
Question 2. Given only 27% of the population of the UK voted for Brexit, do you think politicians should be saying that Brexit is the will of the people.
Question 3. Given that Article 50 has been triggered, do
you think the government should seek the best deal with the EU?
Question 3. Do you think it right that UK residents who
are citizens of Ireland, Gibraltar, Malta and Cyprus (EU
countries) and all other commonwealth countries were allowed to
vote in the referendum, but UK residents who are citizens of
France, Poland, and the rest of the EU were not allowed to vote?
Question 4. Given the government only has two years to
negotiate more than 7,000 issues, should the government be able
to guarantee what they can offer without having to check with
parliament or the country?
Question 4. Do you think the referendum campaign was
conducted truthfully, with an unbiased media providing
sufficient facts so that the voters could make a well-informed
Question 5. So, given your answers, should there be a second
referendum at some point?