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    Poll: 45% UK Citizens to Vote to Remain in EU, 44% for Brexit

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    A total of 45 percent of UK citizens would vote for the United Kingdom to remain in the European Union while 44 percent would vote for Brexit, a new poll showed Tuesday.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) – At the same time 11 percent of Britons have not decided yet how they will vote, a poll conducted by Survation for the IG Group said.

    The percentage of UK citizens ready to vote for Brexit decreased last week amid the murder of Labour lawmaker Jo Cox, who actively campaigned for UK staying in the European Union, by a man who allegedly had far-right views.

    On Thursday, voters across the United Kingdom will take part in a referendum to decide whether or not the country should exit the European Union.

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