Two Guardian/ICM polls suggest the British public are in favour of leaving the EU.
Voters have split 52-48 in favour of Brexit whether surveyed online or by phone.
“Our poll rather unhinges a few accepted orthodoxies,” said ICM’s director, Martin Boon. “It is only one poll, but in a rather unexpected reverse of polling assumptions so far, both our phone poll and our online poll are consistent on both vote intentions and on the EU referendum.”
It comes as an ORB poll for the Telegraph showed rise in support for Brexit with 46 per cent backing Leave and 51 per cent for Remain.