There’s a new YouGov poll out which has REMAIN back with in lead from the level pegging. Actual figures are 40% to 39% so all within margin of errot.
At the end of the survey YouGov posed this question.
“Imagine that if the UK left the European Union the standard of living would be lower and people would on average be Â£100 a year worse off. In those circumstances, how would you vote in the referendum: Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union?”
The chart shows the net change in the LEAVE position when the new information is added.
There was similar polling during the 2014 Scottish IndyRef which I recall had been prompted by Professor John Curtice of exit poll fame. In this case it would have been helpful to have the reverse question – what if REMAIN was ging to cost you Â£100 a year.