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    Almost Half of Brits Think Prime Minister Has No Brexit Plan

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    As much as 49 percent of Brits think that Prime Minister Theresa May has no plan for the country's EU divorce, a poll revealed Friday.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — According to a poll by Sky Data, a third of UK nationals, 34 percent, believe May has a clear plan as to what Brexit should mean for the United Kingdom.

    Most people in Britain believe, however, that the prime minister will do her utmost to negotiate the best possible deal for the country in talks with the European Union. This sentiment is shared by 46 percent of those polled.

    The amount of those who are sceptical about May's ability to get the best deal for the country stands at 39 percent.

    Those of 55 years of age and older are said to be much more likely to have faith in May with regard to the Brexit talks.

    A total of 1,004 people were interviewed for the poll on October 20.


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