According to the poll, 33 percent of the respondents said that right-wing terrorism posed a "big" threat to the nation. Another 36 percent said right-wing terror groups posed a "moderate" threat.
Islamic terrorists are perceived to be the United Kingdom's biggest threat with 55 percent of respondents saying so and an additional 36 percent of people saying jihadists posed a minor to moderate threat for the nation.
Irish republican terror groups were viewed to be a major threat to the UK by 14 percent of the voters.
Across party lines, only members of the opposition Labour party view right-wing terror groups as a greater threat to the UK than Islamic extremists.
Conservatives and pro-Brexit voters saw Islamic extremists as a significantly greater threat to the UK than right-wing terror groups.
The poll was conducted from 22-23 September among 1,642 respondents and did not include residents of Northern Ireland.