EU In or Out Referendum on 23 June 2016 - NCFP Poll

EU Exit Referendum on 23 June 2016 - NCFP PollWell, it has now been decided that the EU referendum vote will be on 23 June 2016. Your vote on that day, or more likely your decision not to vote, will affect the future of every UK citizen. There are few hard facts and a lot of speculation so the vast majority of voters will be following the lead of pundits either in their daily newspaper or a simplistic explanation of why we should or should not remain in the EU. Personally I believe the advice given to jurors should apply, don’t vote for an exit unless the evidence shows that this would be best outcome for YOU. That’s the important thing to remember, many pundits will tell you to vote to leave because it benefits them or their employers but that does not necessarily mean it would benefit you personally.

Telling you to vote NO because it would stop the inflow of legal immigrants ignores the fact that it might lead to massive unemployment and then you discover that the immigrants arrive anyway, but illegally instead. Anyway, what do you think UK should do?

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7 comments to EU Exit Referendum on 23 June 2016 – NCFP Poll

  • fluter

    Interesting, but who exactly will be considered eligible to vote?

  • Ian Edwards

    I’m not, but I just did anyway.

    Interesting that so far no one is undecided….

  • AM

    Unelected,.. Unaccountable,.. And a ticking time bomb of uncertainty.
    Its out for me.

  • Dominic Freeman

    ‘British, Irish and Commonwealth citizens over 18 who are resident in the UK, along with UK nationals who have lived overseas for less than 15 years’ can vote in the referendum.

    ‘“European laws are made by unelected bureaucrats” Not true. The European Commission doesn’t make laws. It only makes proposals, which are then debated, amended and passed (or rejected) by elected national governments and directly-elected MEPs.’

  • Cyprus Sue

    And its out for me too! Cameron did this as a vote catcher but never truly wanted to leave the EU. I suspect it has backfired and most Brits will wish to leave.


  • Europe is changing anyway, with many millions of strangers on their way here. No need to vote as few people will know the difference if we stay in the EU or leave. As both the UK and Europe will change anyway, bouncing from one crisis to the next, it will never be possible to decide if one outcome was batter than the other. It looks if current opinion is about 50/50 so ‘almost’ half of the population will always be able to blame the other ‘slightly more’ than half for taking the country the ‘wrong’ way!

  • Polly Marples

    Damned if we do…damned if we don’t?

    I do know, I am glad I am not young anymore, but do worry for those who are.