Majority of constituencies now support Remain

Major research by Best for Britain in conjunction with Hope Not Hate shows monumental shift in public opinion against Brexit.

This research was based on YouGov polling of a total of 15,000 people across June and July, before and after the Chequers deal. (26th - 31st July & 28th June - 6th July)

Download the full report here (PDF)

Key results:

  • Huge shift in number of constituencies that are majority remain, with 112 switching from leave to remain
  • Michael Gove, Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg would all see their constituencies swing to remain
  • Analysis shows there are now 341 constituencies with a majority to remain in the EU and only 291 with a leave majority.
  • Nearly half of English constituencies would now vote remain, with 97 switching. 257 of 533 English constituencies would now vote to stay. 
  • All Scottish constituencies would vote to stay and 25 out of 40 in Wales – an incredible increase of 14.  

Best for Britain have joined forces with Hope Not Hate to produce the first full analysis of changing attitudes on Brexit at a constituency-by-constituency level in the UK.

Investigate the constituency results with our interactive map

The Report: