Forty-five per cent of Brits would vote to stay within the UK in a second referendum, in comparison with 37 per cent who would need to depart, based on EU polling.
Eighteen per cent are undecided, discovered the European Parliament’s quarterly Eurobarometer survey.
The polling was carried out in late February and early March.
In September the identical survey discovered a stronger Stay lead, 53-35.
Sixty-eight per cent of Europeans who answered the EU-wide ballot believed their nation’s membership of the bloc was factor – the very best price since 1983.
Each nation within the EU would vote to stay if a referendum was held tomorrow, the survey discovered.
Nonetheless, 27 per cent of survey respondents have been unsure whether or not their nation benefited from EU membership – improve in 19 nations.
“Regardless of the challenges of the previous years – and in instances comparable to the continued debate surrounding Brexit presumably even due to it, the European sense of togetherness doesn’t appear to have weakened. 68% of respondents throughout the EU27 consider that their international locations have benefited from being a part of the EU.