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  • Brexit Five Point Plan

    The UK tech sector has been the outstanding success of the UK economy over the last decade and will be vital to the UK’s success in a post Brexit world. There is now a national imperative to put a plan in place that allows the UK tech sector to power the UK back to growth. techUK today sets out five top initial priorities for Government. MORE

EU Membership Survey main findings

A poll of techUK members in March 2016 found 70% supported the UK remaining in the EU, 15% supported the UK leaving the EU and 15% were undecided.

The majority supported remain because EU membership makes the UK more attractive to international investment (76%), more globally competitive (71%) and gives the UK a better deal in trading relationships with the EU (75%).

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Infographic

Check out the facts and figures from our 2016 survey on our members’ views of the UK's membership of the European Union.

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Methodology

A confidential survey of techUK members was conducted by ICM on behalf of techUK in March 2016.

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Survey data

View our 2016 survey data here.

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Last year's survey

Read the results of techUK's survey on the membership of the European Union, published in November 2015.

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