Thanks to Autonomous Mind for the link -
"For the first time in the current Parliament, more people would vote for Britain to stay in the European Union than to leave. The six-point margin is not large. Future polls may well tell a different story. But as David Cameron prepares to deliver his long-awaited speech on Britain and the EU, YouGov’s latest survey for the Sunday Timesfinds that the public mood is more pro-membership than for some years."
easy to prove otherwise). Secondly because so many of us are still unaware that most bad legislation is made in Brussels rather than London. And thirdly because nearly all of UKIP's manifesto points on how to run the country after we leave are rubbish.
But why do so many influential people want us to stay in? The answer was elegantly put by Dan Hannan MEP when he stated that the European Union was "a racket which punishes working people to reward a handful of corporates and lobby groups". Meaning that if it wasn't for the corruption of such influential people by these unworthy beneficiaries, the EU wouldn't even exist.