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Final polls ahead of EU referendum reveal mixed results


A polling card for the 2016 EU Referendum

A polling card for the 2016 EU Referendum

A polling card for the 2016 EU Referendum

The final polls ahead the EU referendum are in with one of them putting the Remain camp significantly ahead of Leave, while others suggest the vote is still on a knife-edge.

A ComRes poll for the Daily Mail and ITV News gives the Remain campaign an eight-point cushion.

It shows that 48% of adults said they will back the UK staying in the EU while 42% said they intend to vote for Brexit.

But 11% of voters are still undecided, and once all of the don't knows are taken into account, Remain leads Leave by 54% to 46%.

But a YouGov poll has things much tighter with Remain ahead by just two points: 51% to Leave's 49%.

And an Opinium poll gives a narrow lead to Leave with 45% of voters backing Brexit to 44% for Remain, with 9% undecided.

The final poll undertaken by TNS has Leave two points ahead of Remain.

It has Leave on 43% and Remain on 41% with 16% either undecided or not intending to vote.

The final poll conducted by ORB International which was published on Tuesday had Remain on 54% and Leave on 46%.

Survation's final telephone poll gave Remain a narrow lead over Leave, 45% to 44% with 11% undecided.