The pound dropped again on after a new Brexit poll showed a surge in support for the “leave” campaign with just one week to go. The Ipsos MORI/Evening Standard poll put support for a Brexit ahead by six points, with 53% wanting to leave the EU and 47% wishing to remain.
The poll excluded the don’t knows. It’s the first time the Ipsos MORI telephone survey has shown a lead for the “leave” camp. One of the key reasons for the switch in sentiment is that immigration has overtaken the economy as the most important issue to the public, according to the Evening Standard.
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