The campaign for Britain to leave the European Union has taken a 2 percentage point lead, according to an ICM poll, indicating a dispute in the Conservative Party may have dented confidence in Prime Minister David Cameron’s push for the country to stay in.
Support for Britain to leave the EU rose to 43 percent, up 2 percentage points from a similar poll a week ago and the highest proportion in favour of a British exit since ICM started its referendum tracker in May 2015.
Three months before a June 23 referendum, the poll of 2,000 people carried out March 18-20 showed the “In” campaign on 41 percent, down from 43 percent a week ago.
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