Europeans do not believe Britons will vote for a Brexit

A large-scale poll conducted by Ipsos in 9 different European countries shows that a small majority of Europeans believes that the British will reject a Brexit in the upcoming June referendum, 53 percent against 47.

The poll involved 14 different countries, including 9 European nations such as Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Spain, Britain and Sweden. The investigation involved between 500 and 1,000 respondents aged under 65 in each country.

While 53 percent of the respondents in European countries thinks the British will stay in the EU, this figure is remarkably different for Britain, where only a minority of 35 percent thinks the U.K. will actually leave the EU. Leaving out the British statistics, the European figure would go to 51 versus 49 percent. 

If a referendum would be held in Belgium, only 29 percent of the Belgians would vote for leaving the EU.