'Leave' just ahead in two Brexit polls on eve of EU referendum

FRENCH PRESS AGENCY - AFP
LONDON
Published 22.06.2016 20:41
Updated 22.06.2016 20:44
A 'Vote Leave' sign is seen on the side of a building in Charing on June 16, 2016 urging people to vote for Brexit in the upcoming EU referendum. (AFP Photo)
A 'Vote Leave' sign is seen on the side of a building in Charing on June 16, 2016 urging people to vote for Brexit in the upcoming EU referendum. (AFP Photo)

Two polls showed support for Britain leaving the European Union just ahead among the British public on Wednesday, on the eve of the EU referendum.

Opinium had "Leave" at 45 percent and "Remain" at 44 percent, while TNS put the pro-Brexit camp in the lead with 43 percent compared to 41 percent for those who want Britain to remain in the EU.

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