An increasing number of British voters believe Prime Minister Theresa May will get the right deal for the UK in the upcoming Brexit negotiations, according to an ORB poll.
Of the 2,000 people surveyed, 44 percent believe the prime minister will secure a good deal, compared to 41 percent last month. Around 34 percent of respondents said she would not get a good deal, down one percentage point from last month. The remaining 22 percent said they didn’t know.
A majority of respondents — 54.5 percent — also approve of the way the British government is handling the negotiations. And 43 percent of respondents believe the U.K. will be better off after leaving the bloc, compared to 41 percent last month.
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