They call it 3 – 1 for Remain.
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As each referendum campaign picks out target groups, there are worries about students, soldiers and expats
Each group apparently has registration problems. And postal votes go out this weekend.
Lord Ashcroft: Control versus risk – my new poll explores which message might win out in the referendum battle
Opinion remains divided, but the Leave vote is hardening.
The people want a respectful, decent and honest referendum on the EU. Some in Government are failing to live up to that standard.
A vote to remain will put voters’ insistence that border control is one of the most important issues facing Britain in perspective.
“Next month we will make our choice as a nation. I am very clear. Britain is stronger and safer in the EU, as well as better off. And the EU benefits from Britain being inside rather than out.”
Almost sixty per cent believe we’ll vote Remain, despite almost exactly as many being definite Leave voters themselves.
They should aim to minimise contrasts with this popular man, and highlight how far removed the Remain campaign is from ‘hope and change’.
For years Eurosceptics have been derided as “obsessives” – which is being shown in their campaigning zeal.
“Change cannot be avoided. Whatever voters want, they cannot vote for the status quo.”
For unity’s sake, Tories are going to have to be relaxed about seeing party members on the other side of the EU campaign to themselves, alongside politicians from other parties.
The campaign to quit the EU lacks charismatic faces to put up against the Prime Minister, three former premiers and well-known business figures.
To do so would be a breach of the Party’s agreed neutrality, an abuse of his access to Tory donors, and a grave disservice to ordinary members.
It places a heavy emphasis on businesspeople whose industries benefit from European market access and regulatory reform.