Brits take to the polls in EU referendum A European Union flag flies in front of the Union Jack
Eastern Eye Staff
Brits have begun voting on whether to stay in the European Union in a referendum that has split the nation and is being nervously watched by financial markets and politicians across the world. An Ipsos MORI poll for the Evening Standard newspaper, conducted on Tuesday and Wednesday, suggested support for Remain stood at 52 percent while Leave was on 48 percent. Separate polls published late on Wednesday also suggested a modest late swing towards Remain, but the overall picture was of a vote that was too close to forecast. Much will depend on turnout, with younger Brits seen as more…
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