Icelanders remain opposed to EU membership

This has been the case for over seven years. The new poll has 50.6 per cent opposed to EU membership and 28.2 per cent in favour. Roughly a third of respondents are strongly opposed to joining the bloc, while just 11.4 per cent are strongly in favour. A similar poll produced by MMR in January saw 47 per cent reject EU membership, with 36.2 per cent in favour. Removing those respondents not giving a specific answer to the question, a total of 64 per cent of Icelanders oppose EU membership, while 36 per cent are in favour. Every poll produced in Iceland since July 2009 has shown a majority against EU membership. (



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