Trends in public opinion, divides in established parties over EU membership, and the rise of 'hard' Eurosceptic political parties, underscore the need for high quality evidence and analysis to inform the debate.

Throughout the UK's EU Referendum campaign, there was a growing national debate about the role and future of the UK in a changing Europe. 

Led by Professor Matthew Goodwin, and developed in partnership with the European Social and Research Council, this project is running several workshops, a series of evidence briefings, blogs and two reports, to assess the key drivers of Euroscepticism in the UK as well as public attitudes toward the EU more broadly.

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