Joining The Euro: If the government were to urge...

Q If the government were to strongly urge that Britain should be part of a Single European Currency, how would you vote?

(See also unprompted referendum voting question)

Q If the government were to strongly urge that Britain should be part of a Single European Currency, how would you vote?

Base: All All expressing an opinion
  In favour Against Don't know In favour Against
  % % % % %
1998
14-19 May 1998 36 50 14 42 58
23-28 July 1998 39 46 16 46 54
24-30 September 1998 37 44 18 46 54
3-9 December 1998 34 49 16 41 59
1999
14-20 January 1999 38 47 15 45 55
25 February - 3 March 1999 37 49 14 43 57
29 April - 4 May 1999 36 50 14 42 58
10-11 June 1999 31 50 19 38 62
8-13 July 1999 32 54 14 37 63
2-7 September 1999 33 53 13 38 62
10-13 September 1999 37 49 14 43 57
11-18 November 1999 31 51 17 38 62
2000
13-18 January 2000 34 53 12 39 61
24 February - 2 March 2000 30 56 14 35 65
11-16 May 2000 29 57 13 34 66
22-27 June 2000 28 59 13 32 68
13-18 July 2000 37 47 15 44 56
14-19 September 2000 31 53 16 37 63
16-21 November 2000 27 57 16 32 68
2001
25-30 January 2001 30 53 17 36 64
19-23 April 2001 29 58 12 33 67
14-19 June 2001 30 53 17 36 64
30 August - 4 September 2001 29 55 16 35 65
25-30 October 2001 31 53 15 37 63
2002
17-22 January 2002 39 47 14 45 55
28 February - 5 March 2002 35 51 13 41 59
16-21 May 2002 36 50 14 42 58
11-16 July 2002 35 52 13 40 60
12-17 September 2002 35 52 13 40 60
7-12 November 2003 35 51 14 41 59
2003
16-21 January 2003 34 56 10 38 62
27 March - 1 April 2003 34 52 13 40 60
1-7 May 2003 33 54 13 38 62
12-17 June 2003 32 55 13 37 63
18-23 September 2003 28 59 13 32 68
2004
19-25 February 2004 31 57 11 35 65
28 October - 3 November 2004 27 60 13 31 69
2005
10-15 February 2005 30 55 15 35 65

Base: c. 1,800-2,000 GB adults aged 16+

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