The latest UK's EU referendum polls have revealed that the 'Leave' campaign continues to defy the odds, taking a significant lead in some of the surveys. As a result, the Sterling continues to be under pressure, despite having seen some recent two way business in the form of nasty spikes.Earlier today, ICM published its latest findings, showing a 6 point lead for the 'Leave' camp, with 'Leave' scoring 53, while 'Remain' stood at 47%. Following ICM polls, ORB was next, revealing much tighter results, wiith 48% for 'Remain' and 49% for 'Leave'. Lastly, YouGov showed Leave 46%, Remain 39%.Note, these polls follow two previous ones conducted last Friday and over the weekend, in which a considerable lead for the 'Leave' campaign was observed. Last Friday, A poll from ORB Independent on the EU referendum showed 55% favor the Brexit, while 45% want to stay, with the poll excluding those voters who are undecided. Meanwhile, over the weekend, a new poll from Opinium showed a huge lead for Brexit. According to Express UK: "The poll found 52 per cent chose to leave the EU, with only 33 per cent choosing to keep the status quo. A further 15 per cent said they still didn't know."