If an agreement is not reached do you think it would be best to extend the transition period beyond 31st December so that negotiations can complete, or end negotiations on 31st December and leave the EU without an agreement?

Field work dates: 28 August 2020 - 4 September 2020
Data from: Wales
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: If an agreement is not reached do you think it would be best to extend the transition period beyond 31st December so that negotiations can complete, or end negotiations on 31st December and leave the EU without an agreement?
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4 September 2020
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Extending the transition period beyond 31st December 2020 so that negotiations can complete49%
Ending negotiations on 31st December 2020 and leaving the EU without a trading agreement in place39%
Neither of these13%

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    The UK and EU are currently negotiating a
    trading agreement with the transition period for
    the UK leaving the EU ending on December 31st.
    If an agreement is not reached by then which of
    the following do you think would be the best
    option? ?
    Extending the transition period beyond 31st
    December 2020 so that negotiations can complete/Ending negotiations on 31st December 2020 and
    leaving the EU without a trading agreement in place

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