Members of Holderness Labour Party held a Street Stall in Hedon Market Place on Saturday 8th December to find out what the public thought about May’s Brexit deal. The results were very interesting to say the least!
Mays Deal – 87% of the people asked were AGAINST, only 13% were in favour of it
When we asked what the next step should be, 56% voted for a General Election; 20% for a second referendum and 25% for a WTO exit.
If there was to be a second referendum we offered 2 choices – May’s deal versus remain, or no deal versus remain.
Given the first choice, only 33% would vote for May’s deal, 67% would vote Remain.
Given the second choice, again only 33% would vote for no deal, and the vote for Remain was 67%.
The local Tory MP, Graham Stuart, was out campaigning in Hedon on the same day (coincidentally!) so we told him that the overwhelming view was against the deal. Graham Stuart will be voting FOR THE DEAL! He obviously doesn’t care what his constituents think, he’s more interested in his own career than what is good for the country!