- MORI interviewed 1,029 British adults aged 15+ on the MORI face-to-face Omnibus
- Interviews were conducted face-to-face between 14-19 November 2002.
- Results are based on all respondents unless otherwise stated.
- Data are weighted to known population profile
- An '*' indicates a finding of less than 0.5%, but greater than zero
- Poll conducted by MORI on behalf of the Foreign Policy Centre
Q Which of the following best describes your own view of British participation in the single currency?
|I strongly support British participation||16|
|I am generally in favour of British participation, but could be persuaded against it if I thought it would be bad for the British economy||23|
|I am generally opposed to British participation, but could be persuaded in favour of it if I thought it would be good for the British economy||22|
|I strongly oppose British participation||32|
Q How likely would you to be to vote in an immediate referendum on whether Britain should join the euro, on a scale of 1 to 10 where 10 means you would be absolutely certain to vote and 1 that you would be absolutely certain not to vote?
|1 (Absolutely certain not to vote)||11|
|10 (Absolutely certain to vote)||50|
Q Which, if any, European countries have you visited this year?
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