Research and analysis

Perceived Fairness of the EU Referendum: Changes Over Time and their Consequences

Independent research on perceived fairness of the EU Referendum.

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Perceived Fairness of the EU Referendum: Changes Over Time and their Consequences

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Prof. Cees van der Eijk, University of Nottingham and Dr Jonathan Rose, De Montfort University attended the July 2019 Committee meeting to present the results of their research on perceived fairness of the EU Referendum and the Committee is publishing their summary of that research.

Published 24 July 2019