On Thursday 23 June 2016 the UK will have decided its future, either in or out of the European Union, in the highly anticipated EU Referendum vote.

Cabinet Maker takes a look at what the daily polls suggest as the countdown begins.

Monday 20 June 2016

What the polls say

Poll

Remain %

Leave %

Undecided %

YouGov

44

43

13

Ipsos MORI

43

49

8

Opinium

44

44

12

BMG Research

44

45

12

TNS UK

38

41

21

Survation

45

42

13

ComRes

46

45

9

ORB

49

45

6

ICM

43

48

9

Mean Verdict:

44%

44.6%

11.4%

 

What the bookies say

Bookmaker

Remain Odds

Leave Odds

Ladbrokes

1/4

3

Bet365

1/4

3

William Hill

2/9

3

Sky Bet

1/4

3

Paddy Power

1/4

3

Coral

2/9

3

Bet Fred

1/4

3

Verdict:

Favourite

 

 

Roundup: Day One (as figures suggest at time of publication)

On Friday 17 June, Cabinet Maker got a head start with the polls and found that figures suggest: Remain at 44.25%, with Leave at 45.25% just nudging ahead in the polls. However, with the bookies favouring the Remain vote with odds largely at 4/9, it brings the conclusion to level playing field.

Day One suggests that the polls slightly lean to a Leave vote at 44.6%, albeit slowing from Friday’s conclusion. The bookies maintained a clear favourite of a Remain vote, with a £1 bet returning a profit between 22-25p, whereas the same bet on Leave would return a profit of £2. The double figure of Undecided votes will surely play a part as the week progresses, with the current stats remaining deadlocked.