Opinium Brexit poll shows 45% leave versus 44% remain


Latest Opinium poll ahead of the UK referendum shows the ‘leave’ camp ahead with 45% versus 44% for the ‘remain’ and 9% undecided.

The pound and the FTSE futures fell following the headlines.

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