Luxembourg prime minister Xavier Bettel with his British counterpart David Cameron in June last year
Photo: Christophe Olinger (archives)
More than two-thirds of Luxembourgers want Britain to remain in the EU, according to a new survey conducted by TNS-Ilres.
RTL reports that 25% of those surveyed would like Britain to leave the European Union, while 9% were undecided. The survey is part of Europe-wide research across 10 countries, including the UK, where the results are as close as ever with 43% in favour of a so-called Brexit and 41% in favour of remaining in the EU.
In Luxembourg 53% of respondents believe a majority of British voters will choose to remain in the EU when the referendum takes place on 23 June, while 30% think the vote will be won by the leave campaign.
Asked what impact a Brexit would have on the European Union, 27% of Luxembourgers think the EU will work better without the UK, 28% think it will function worse, and 34% think the decision will have no impact one way or the other.