As US markets closed for the day, in the UK, three new Brexit opinion polls were published, with the results showing once again the pattern observed after the sad killing of UK's Pro-EU MP Cox, with the Remain camp still dominant among British voters surveyed.
A Brexit poll for ORB/Daily Telegraph showed 53% remain (+5%), 46% Leave (-3%). ORB poll is conducted over the telephone. After that, NatCen poll showed 53% Remain vs. 47% Leave. Lastly, YouGov Brexit poll showed 42 % Remain vs. 44% Leave, the only one still giving the Leave camp a slight advantage.
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