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Research & analysis
The Policy Institute at King’s College London, Ipsos MORI and the UK in a Changing Europe ran a survey of over 1,000 people in Great Britain to assess how the public perceives Britain’s standing and influence in the world in light of Brexit. It also gathered their views on the their sense of identity, the impact of Britain’s relationship with other countries, and their priorities for future international relationships.
The survey found that just over half the public (54%), think Brexit has harmed Britain’s standing in the world. This includes three in 10 (29%) Leave supporters and the overwhelming majority (84%) of Remain voters. But half (52%) of those who say it has been harmed think it can recover, while one in four (24%) think it is irreversible.
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Other key findings from the survey show that: