Poll: Cameron Makes Voters Twice As Likely To Back Brexit, Obama’s Intervention Didn’t Help

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A poll has revealed that the massed ranks of establishment politicians are failing to convey their pro-European Union (EU) message, with Prime Minister David Cameron singled out as being one of the worst advocates for Remain. The BMG Research poll, which will make difficult reading for Mr. Cameron and his allies in the Remain campaign, was commissioned by the Electoral Reform Society. It shows that in many cases ‘big names’ in the referendum debate have driven people into the Leave camp, or had virtually no effect at all. Mr. Cameron’s influence has had a negative effect on his own campaign, making 29 per cent of respondents say they’re more likely to vote Leave — nearly double the 15 per cent who say he has made them more likely to vote Remain. At 56 per cent, over half of those polled said his contributions have had no impact on their vote. Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has not caused quite such a negative impact on his own side, with a marginally better 19 per cent of people more likely to vote Leave thanks to his contribution, compared to 13 per cent for the Remain side he supports. However, in what must be an embarrassment to the Leader of Her Majesty’s Most Loyal Opposition, fully 68