BREXIT BOMBSHELL: Map shows how people will vote in EU poll and it’s bad news for Cameron
An area in London has been revealed as the most Eurosceptic in Britain
Many of the most densely populated parts of the UK are staunchly in favour of severing ties with Brussels
The YouGov research also revealed working class areas were more anti-EU, blowing a hole in Labour’s insistence on backing Brussels against the wishes of its traditional voter base.
The top ten most eurosceptic areas are all found in England
Five of the most europhile areas were in London including wealthy left-leaning boroughs like Camden, close to where Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn lives.
The most pro-EU area of Britain was Ceredigion in Wales while Scotland was by far the most pro-EU country in the UK.
University cities such as Liverpool, Manchester, York and Bristol were more likely to favour staying in the EU.
The survey comes as a war of words continues to break out among politicians in the competiting campaigns.
Prime Minister David Cameron has issued stark warnings for voters if they opt for Brexit, claiming the UK’s “economic and national security” will be in danger.
YouGov asked 80,000 Britons have they intend to vote in the referendum
Havering in London was the most eurosceptic area in the whole of Britain
Working class areas have been linked to Brexit support
He said: “Are you frightened? Have they spooked you yet? It is now obvious that the Remain campaign is intended to provoke only one emotion in the breast of the British public and that is fear.”
The popular Tory MP said the threats to security are “so wildly exaggerated as to be nonsense”.
He added the people issuing “blood-curdling warnings” against Brexit are often the very same people who “prophesied disaster if Britain failed to join the euro”.
February’s net migration report revealed near record levels of 323,000 in the year to September – far short of the government’s goal of 100,000.
The Prime Minister has desperately tried to claim his EU deal would help limit migration.
The EU referendum will be held on Thursday, June 23.
3. Bracknell Forest
5. Blackburn with Darwen
6. Southend on Sea
8. South Tyneside