The British people have consistently been against joining the Euro – politicians must listen to us.

The wording of the question may have varied, but the figures show that the majority of British people have been consistently against adopting the euro.

Date YES NO Unsure Number of participants Held by Ref
November 2000 18% 71% N/A N/A BBC [57]
January 2002 31% 56% N/A N/A BBC [57]
9–10 June 2003 33% 61% 7% 1852 YouGov [58]
10–15 February 2005 26% 57% 16% 2103 Ipsos MORI [59]
11–12 December 2008 24% 59% 17% 2098 YouGov [60]
19–21 December 2008 23% 71% 6% 1000 ICM [57]
6–9 January 2009 24% 64% 12% 2157 YouGov [61]
1–4 May 2009 23% 75% 2% 1002 ICM [62]
17–18 April 2010 21% 65% 14% 1433 YouGov [63]
2–4 July 2011 8% 81% 11% 2002 Angus Reid [64]
9–12 August 2011 9% 85% 6% 2700 YouGov [65]
10 August 2012 6% 81% 13% 2004

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Kingdom_and_the_euro

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