See below the latest general trend in the EU Referendum polls from Matthew Goodwin, Professor of Politics at the University of Kent: (via his Twitter account @GoodwinMJ).
The current convergence in voting intentions between the “remain” and “leave” camps, taken together with the still significant number of hard to reach “don’t knows”, could be impacted by a swing of up to some 10% on the EU Referendum day of 23rd June.
This will depend in particular upon actual turnout amongst those opting to remain in the EU and those with traditionally low turnout rates, such as younger voters (18 – 24 year olds) and the estimated 2 million British citizens living within other EU member states (as well as the 5 – 6 million worldwide) but not yet excluded by the 15-year-rule.
If you are a concerned British citizen living abroad, make sure that you are registered as an overseas voter via https://www.gov.uk/register-to-vote, as there is still everything to play for on both sides of the debate.
New. Britain’s EU referendum trend. 212 polls ’10-May 8 2016. Calculated w Hodrick-Prescott via Prof Harold Clarke->