The latest public polls, indicating a slight advantage of skeptics on the United Kingdom's future in the European Union, are not necessarily a reflection of the actual situation, says Lithuania's Ambassador in London Asta Skaisgiryte.
She says that both EU-skeptics and pro-EU activists are in the lead in different polls; therefore, the effect of the Scottish referendum may be echoed, i.e., when the poll results contradicted the referendum outcome.
"Before the Scottish referendum a few years ago, surveys showed that the majority was in suppo...
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