Skip to comments.Two-thirds of over-50s want a referendum on quitting the EU before the next general election (UK)
Posted on 08/23/2013 1:04:40 AM PDT by Olog-hai
Two-thirds of over-50s want a referendum on EU membership before the next general election.
A survey has revealed that almost half of this age group would vote to leave the European Union against 33 percent who would vote to stay in.
The poll will make interesting holiday reading for David Cameron. In July, the Prime Minister ordered his MPs to support Tory backbencher James Whartons bill, which pledges a vote by the end of 2017.
Of those surveyed by Populus on behalf of Saga, 73 percent said an in/out referendum should be held. Support increased with age, rising to 78 percent for those aged 80 to 89.
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The liberal Tory party hates their conservative wing as much as ours does I bet.
That’s for sure.
Hell, I am over 50 and here in the Republic of Texas and want a referendum on getting out of the US.
Long live the Republic of Texas
I’d go for that
I guess will the potential for bailing out other countries, Greece, Italy, et al, the older, wiser Euros are seeing the writing on the wall: consolidation into large mono-states is a money pit.
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