Remain Voter has taken in data from the following 13 polls. All are from May 2019. The poll data we use is weighted so that more recent polls have more of an effect than older polls. This reflects the rapidly changing political sentiment in the UK. The details, notes and full data table are available below:

Title: YouGov 17th May

Field work dates: 8 May 2019 - 17 May 2019

Data from: Great Britain

Pollster: YouGov

Funder: Best for Britain

Data collection mode: Online

Sample Size: 9260

Age: 18+

Data set here

Title: Survation 12th May

Field work dates: 12 May 2019 - 17 May 2019

Data from: United Kingdom

Notes: Data weighted by the reported probability of voting.

This poll was conducted throughout the United Kingdom, but the figures reported here are based solely on respondents living in Great Britain.

Pollster: Survation

Funder: Daily Mail

Data collection mode: Online

Sample Size: 1000

Age: 18+

Full question: Which party will you vote for in the May 2019 European Parliament election?

Data set here

All questions asked on the same Poll:

How likely would you be to vote in another EU referendum? (0-10 scale)

Likelihood of Voting in 2019 European Parliament Election (0 to 10 scale)

2019 European Parliament Election Vote Intention (Great Britain)

Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union, or leave the European Union? (Asked after the referendum)

Title: You Gov 12th May

Field work dates: 12 May 2019 - 16 May 2019

Data from: Great Britain

Notes: Data weighted by likelihood of voting

Pollster: YouGov

Funder: The Times

Data collection mode: Online

Sample Size: 7192

Age: 18+

Full question: In the election to the European Parliament on 23rd May, which party will you vote for?

Data set here

All questions asked on the same Poll:

Likelihood of Voting in 2019 European Parliament Election (0 to 10 scale)

2019 European Parliament Election Vote Intention (Great Britain)

Title: Hanbury 9th May

Field work dates: 9 May 2019 - 13 May 2019

Data from: Great Britain

Notes: Figures based on those who are at least 9/10 certain to vote.

Pollster: Hanbury

Funder: Politico

Data collection mode: Mobile phones

Sample Size: 2000

Age: 18+

Full question: European Parliament Election VI

Data set here

All questions asked on the same Poll:

Do you think Parliament should approve a Brexit deal if it contains a permanent customs union?

Likelihood of Voting in 2019 European Parliament Election (0 to 10 scale)

2019 European Parliament Election Vote Intention (Great Britain)

Title: YouGov Wales 10 May

Field work dates: 10 May 2019 - 15 May 2019

Data from: Wales

Funder: Plaid Cymru

Data collection mode: unknown

Sample Size: 1133

Age: 18+

Data set here

Title: Comres 10 May

Field work dates: 10 May 2019 - 12 May 2019

Data from: Great Britain

Notes: Figures based on those who said they were at least 5/10 likely to vote for a party.

Respondents who initially answered Don't Know or refused were also asked, 'If it were a legal requirement for you to vote, in the elections due at the end of May to elect MEPs to the European Parliament, would you vote for Brexit Party, Change UK - The Independent Group, Conservative, the Green Party, Labour, Liberal Democrat, UKIP, SNP, Plaid Cymru or for another party?', and those who named a party at this point added to the tallies as appropriate.

Pollster: ComRes

Funder: Daily Telegraph

Data collection mode: Online

Sample Size: 2028

Age: 18+

Full question: In the forthcoming elections on 23 May to elect MEPs to the European Parliament, will you/did you vote for Brexit Party, Change UK – The Independent Group, Conservative, the Green Party, Labour, Liberal Democrat, UKIP, SNP, Plaid Cymru or for another party?

Data set here

All questions asked on the same Poll:

Do you agree or disagree that ‘The UK will leave the EU with a deal on or before October 31st’?

Do you agree or disagree that ‘A new leader would increase my likelihood of voting Conservative at the European Parliamentary elections in May’?

Do you agree or disagree that ‘Theresa May did not reach out to Jeremy Corbyn soon enough to come to a Brexit compromise with the Labour Party’?

Do you agree or disagree that ‘Theresa May was wrong to reach out to Jeremy Corbyn to come to a Brexit compromise with the Labour Party’?

Do you agree or disagree that ‘Theresa May has been let down by her Cabinet over Brexit’?

Do you agree or disagree that ‘Theresa May should only resign as Prime Minister once Brexit is delivered’?

Likelihood of Voting in 2019 European Parliament Election (1 to 10 scale)

2019 European Parliament Election Vote Intention (Great Britain)

Title: BMG 8 May

Field work dates:

8 May 2019 - 10 May 2019

Data from: Great Britain

Notes: Figures based only on those who said they were 10/10 certain to vote.

Respondents who initially said they didn't know or preferred not to say were subsequently asked, 'And which of the following parties are you leaning towards the most?', and their responses added to the tally of each party as appropriate.

Pollster: BMG Research

Funder: The Independent

Data collection mode: Online

Sample Size: 1541

Age: 18+

Full question: If the UK were to take part in the European Parliament Elections, how do you think you would vote?

Data set here

All questions asked on the same Poll:

Likelihood of Voting in 2019 European Parliament Election (0 to 10 scale)

2019 European Parliament Election Vote Intention (Great Britain)

Title Opinium 8 May

Field work dates: 8 May 2019 - 10 May 2019

Data from: United Kingdom

Notes: This poll was conducted across the UK as a whole, but the figures here are for respondents in the UK only.

Pollster: Opinium

Funder: The Observer

Data collection mode: Online

Sample Size: 2004

Age: 18+

Full question: And which party will you vote in the European Parliament elections ?

Data set here

All questions asked on the same Poll:

Do you agree or disagree that ‘All of the parties supportive of remaining in the EU should form a pro-Remain alliance’?

Do you agree or disagree that ‘All of the parties supportive of Brexit should form a pro-Brexit alliance’?

What do you think best describes The Brexit Party’s stance towards Brexit?

What do you think best describes Change UK – The Independent Group’s stance towards Brexit?

What do you think best describes Green Party’s stance towards Brexit?

What do you think best describes UKIP’s stance towards Brexit?

What do you think best describes the Liberal Democrats’ stance towards Brexit?

What do you think best describes the Labour Party’s stance towards Brexit?

What do you think best describes the Conservative Party’s stance towards Brexit?

How acceptable or unacceptable would a Brexit where the UK has a clear break from the EU be to you?

How acceptable or unacceptable would a Brexit where the UK is closely aligned with the EU be to you?

How acceptable or unacceptable would the UK remaining in the EU be to you?

What is your stance towards Brexit?

Do you think be the best way for Brexit to be resolved would be by MPs voting for a compromise deal in the House of Commons, or by holding a public vote on what to do next?

Don’t you care on what terms Britain leaves the EU so long as we leave as soon as possible OR Do you want to make sure Britain gets the best possible deal when it leaves OR Are you opposed to Brexit and want to see it reversed?

If the House of Commons were to vote again, do you think MPs should vote for or against the Brexit deal that has been agreed by the Government with the EU?

If there was a referendum tomorrow with the option of accepting the government’s Brexit agreement or remaining in the EU, which would you support?

If the Commons cannot agree on a deal do you think we should leave with ‘no deal’ or delay Article 50 and hold a public vote on what to do next?

What do you think the government should do ahead of March 29th/April 12th/October 30th – the date upon which Britain is currently on course to leave the EU regardless of whether a deal is in place according to Article 50?

Do you approve or disapprove of the way that the House of Commons has handled Brexit?

Do you approve or disapprove of the way that Jeremy Corbyn has responded to the government’s handling of Brexit?

Do you approve or disapprove of the way Theresa May has handled the process of the UK exiting the EU?

Likelihood of Voting in 2019 European Parliament Election (0 to 10 scale)

2019 European Parliament Election Vote Intention (Great Britain)

Title Survation 8th May

Field work dates: 8 May 2019 - 9 May 2019

Data from: United Kingdom

Notes: This questions was asked across the UK as a whole. The figures quoted here are for Great Britain only.

Data weighted by reported probability of voting.

Pollster: Survation

Funder: Good Morning Britain

Data collection mode: Online

Sample Size: 1303

Age: 18+

Full question: Which party would you vote for in the May 2019 European Parliament election?

Data set here

All questions asked on the same Poll:

Has the delay to Brexit affected which party you plan to vote for at the May 2019 European election?

Likelihood of Voting in 2019 European Parliament Election (0 to 10 scale)

2019 European Parliament Election Vote Intention (Great Britain)

Title YouGov 8 May

Field work dates: 8 May 2019 - 9 May 2019

Data from: Great Britain

Pollster: YouGov

Funder: The Times

Data collection mode: Online

Sample Size: 2212

Age: 18+

Full question: Later this month there may be elections to the European parliament if there are elections to the European Parliament on 23rd May, which party will you vote for?

Data set here

All questions asked on the same Poll:

Likelihood of Voting in 2019 European Parliament Election (0 to 10 scale)

2019 European Parliament Election Vote Intention (Great Britain)

Title Comres 9 May

Field work dates: 9 May 2019 - 9 May 2019

Data from: Great Britain

Notes: Figures based on those who said they were at least 5/10 likely to vote.

Those who initially refused to answer or said Don't Know were subsequently asked, 'If it were a legal requirement for you to vote, in the elections due at the end of May to elect MEPs to the European Parliament, would you vote for Brexit Party, Change UK - The Independent Group, Conservative, the Green Party, Labour, Liberal Democrat, UKIP, SNP, Plaid Cymru or for another party?', and their responses included as appropriate.

Pollster: ComRes

Funder: Brexit Express

Data collection mode: Online

Sample Size: 2034

Age: 18+

Full question: In the forthcoming elections on 23 May to elect MEPs to the European Parliament, will you/did you vote for Brexit Party, Change UK – The Independent Group, Conservative, the Green Party, Labour, Liberal Democrat, UKIP, SNP, Plaid Cymru or for another party?

Data set here

All questions asked on the same Poll:

Would leaving the EU without a deal, on WTO terms be an acceptable outcome of Brexit to you?

Would leaving the EU with Theresa May’s current deal plus staying in the Customs Union until the next election in 2022 be an acceptable outcome of Brexit to you?

Do you agree or disagree that ‘Nigel Farage and the Brexit Party are not a flash in the pan and will likely break the mould of the existing party system’?

Do you agree or disagree that ‘Nigel Farage and the Brexit Party are probably a flash in the pan and will not break the mould of the existing party system’?

Do you agree or disagree that ‘Working with Jeremy Corbyn to try to agree a Brexit deal makes Theresa May look inclusive’?

Do you agree or disagree that ‘Working with Jeremy Corbyn to try to agree a Brexit deal makes Theresa May look desperate’?

Do you agree or disagree that ‘I trust Theresa May to deliver on her promises to voters’?

Do you agree or disagree that ‘Britain needs a strong leader willing to break the rules’?

Do you agree or disagree that ‘Theresa May should accept that she cannot deliver Brexit and step down now’?

Do you agree or disagree that ‘When Brexit is complete, the UK should try to become the lowest tax, business-friendliest country in Europe, focused on building strong international trade links’?

Would a second nationwide referendum between Remain and Leave be an acceptable outcome of Brexit to you?

Would a nationwide referendum between Theresa May’s current deal and remaining in the EU be an acceptable outcome of Brexit to you?

Would a long delay to Brexit to give the government time to negotiate a new deal involving a customs union with the EU be an acceptable outcome of Brexit to you?

Would leaving with Theresa May’s current deal be an acceptable outcome of Brexit to you?

Would revoking Article 50 and remaining in the EU be an acceptable outcome of Brexit to you?

Likelihood of Voting in 2019 European Parliament Election (1 to 10 scale)

2019 European Parliament Election Vote Intention (Great Britain)

Title Comres 1 May

Field work dates: 1 May 2019 - 7 May 2019

Data from: Great Britain

Notes: The figures quoted here are those that emerged after the data were subject to MRP analysis. This had the effect of increasing the tally for Labour and UKIP by one point and reducing that for the Brexit Party by 2 points.

Data based on those who said they were at least 5/10 certain to vote.

Respondents who originally said, 'Don't Know' were asked: If it were a legal requirement for you to vote, in the elections due at the end of May to elect MEPs to the European Parliament, would you vote Brexit Party, Change UK - The Independent Group, Conservative, the Green Party, Labour, Liberal Democrat, UKIP, SNP, Plaid Cymru or for another party?. Those who named a party in response to this question are included in the totals as appropriate.

Pollster: ComRes

Funder: Centrum Campaign

Data collection mode Online

Sample Size: 4060

Age: 18+

Full question: If the UK takes part in the elections due at the end of May to elect MEPs to the European Parliament, would you vote Brexit Party, Change UK – The Independent Group, Conservative, the Green Party, Labour, Liberal Democrat, UKIP, SNP, Plaid Cymru or for another party, or would you not vote?

Data set here

All questions asked on the same Poll:

Likelihood of Voting in 2019 European Parliament Election (1 to 10 scale)

2019 European Parliament Election Vote Intention (Great Britain)

Title Opinium 3 May

Field work dates:

3 May 2019 - 7 May 2019

Data from: United Kingdom

Notes: This poll was undertaken across the whole the UK, but the figures here have been calculated after excluding the responses of those living in Northern Ireland. The calculations have been made from tables in which those who said Don't Know had not been excluded from the denominator.

Pollster: Opinium

Funder: People's Vote

Data collection mode: Online

Sample Size: 2000

Age: 18+

Full question: And which party will you vote in the European Parliament elections ?

Data set here

All questions asked on the same Poll:

Do you agree or disagree that if there is no majority in Parliament for a customs union deal that would allow the continued export and import of manufactured goods to move between the UK and EU without tariffs, but would also mean that the UK would follow EU rules in certain areas and be unable to sign independent trade deals, the final decision should be handed back to the people in the form of a new public vote?

If a customs union deal was agreed that would allow the continued export and import of manufactured goods to move between the UK and EU without tariffs, but would also mean that the UK would follow EU rules in certain areas and be unable to sign independent trade deals, would you feel more or less positive about Jeremy Corbyn?

If a customs union deal was agreed that would allow the continued export and import of manufactured goods to move between the UK and EU without tariffs, but would also mean that the UK would follow EU rules in certain areas and be unable to sign independent trade deals, would you feel more or less positive about Theresa May?

Would you say that a customs union deal that would allow the continued export and import of manufactured goods to move between the UK and EU without tariffs, but would also mean that the UK would follow EU rules in certain areas and be unable to sign independent trade deals would honour the 2016 referendum result?

How would you feel if there was a customs union deal that would allow the continued export and import of manufactured goods to move between the UK and EU without tariffs, but would also mean that the UK would follow EU rules in certain areas and be unable to sign independent trade deals?

Likelihood of Voting in 2019 European Parliament Election (0 to 10 scale)

2019 European Parliament Election Vote Intention (Great Britain)