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Latest EU Polls: Referendum Vote Neck And Neck Between Remain And Leave

HuffPost Pollster tracks thousands of public polls.

22/06/2016 12:15 | Updated 22 June 2016

This EU referendum chart combines the latest opinion polls into trendlines using a tracking model that is updated whenever a new poll is released.

Voters go to the polls on Thursday. The winner will be the side that wins the majority of the vote across the country.

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Our model of the EU referendum polls suggests Leave is probably leading Remain, but not by much. (In 72.82% of simulations, Leave the EU led Remain in the EU.)

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Our model of the EU referendum polls suggests Leave is probably leading Remain, but not by much. (In 72.82% of simulations, Leave the EU led Remain in the EU.)

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The EU referendum is arguably more important than any general election, changing Britain’s relationship with Europe and, in turn, the rest of the world, and the arguments have lurched from the sublime to the ridiculous.

The estimated time for the national declaration is around breakfast time on Friday 24 June, although there is considerable uncertainty about when this will be given that it is dependent on all 382 local totals being declared.

Counts will be carried out overnight, starting at 10pm. Announcements should be made by Counting Officers (COs) on the local turnout once the verification process has been completed. COs will submit local totals to their respective Regional Counting Officer (RCO) for approval.

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