Majority of Brit voters would opt for EU exit
Almost a third more voters want the UK to leave the EU as stay in - but around 12 million remain to be persuaded either way, a poll found.
The OnePoll survey of 2,000 adults for ITV suggested the 'out' camp would outscore 'in' by 42% to 31% if there was an immediate referendum.
It also found high demand for a cap (60%) or even an outright ban (23%) on citizens of other EU countries being free to emigrate to Britain - with the public seeing EU immigration as a bad thing by 44% to 30%.
David Cameron fell short of such a move when he set out his demands for reform of freedom of movement rules.
The PM is instead seeking tougher welfare restrictions and deportation rights as part of a renegotiated package he would put to a referendum in 2017.
Mr Cameron backs EU membership but has signalled he could go with the "no" camp if he fails to secure key reforms.
More than a quarter of voters are still open to persuasion either way, the poll found, with 55% believing the UK could go it alone.