Public Want A Referendum On Net Zero

By Paul Homewood


Poll after poll has purportedly shown that the public is in favour climate action.

Until they find out how much it is going to cost them anyway!


The British public are in favour of a referendum on the Government’s net zero proposals, a new poll has shown.

Forty two per cent of adults said they supported a vote on the plan, whilst 30 per cent opposed it, and 28 per cent did not declare a preference, according to a YouGov survey conducted this month.

When the “don’t knows” were excluded from the results, a majority of 58 per cent wanted a ballot on the issue.

The survey showed that of those who expressed a preference, more than 50 per cent of each category polled supported a referendum on net zero. This included 18- to 24-year-olds, middle class voters, Londoners, Remainers, both men and women, and Liberal Democrat backers.


When even Lib Dim voters want a referendum, the green agenda must be in big trouble!


October 27, 2021 at 03:45AM

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