Brexit deal: Brits tell MPs to vote for Boris Johnsons agreement on Super Saturday


BRITS are backing Boris Johnsons Brexit deal by nearly two to one ahead of Saturday’s showdown in the Commons.

The PM’s plans have proven a big hit with Tory voters and Leavers – but he now faces a frantic fight to win over MPs before tomorrow’s vote.

Brits are backing Boris Johnsons Brexit deal by nearly two to one, a poll has revealed


Forty one per cent of voters want MPs to back the deal, a YouGov survey found.

While just 24 per cent want a defeat, and the rest said they dont know.

And in a sign of how much more popular Boris deal is than Theresa Mays, 67 per cent of Leave voters gave it the thumbs up.

Just 10 per cent said it should be thrown out at todays crunch vote.

While 71 per cent of Tory voters back it, and a tiny 9 per cent think MPs should vote it down.

And nearly a quarter (24 per cent) of Remain voters say Parliament should back the deal today and finally get Brexit done.

Leave voters prefer Bojos agreement to a No Deal Brexit by 48 per cent to 33 per cent.

Chris Curtis, Political Research Manager at YouGov, said: While any honeymoon period may end up being brief for this deal, it has so far been well received by the public.

Unlike when Theresa May bought back her initial deal, Boris Johnson has managed to win over the support of many Leave voters who previously favoured leaving without a deal, and even a sizeable minority of Remain voters want this deal to get over the line.

However, when it comes to the details of the deal, almost half dont yet have an opinion on how good it is, so the Prime Ministers ability to sell his arrangement over the coming days will be critical.

The survey polled 1,609 adults.