How much has business’ sentiment about Brexit changed since the Referendum



CNC undertook its first Brexit Barometer survey just a few weeks after the UK’s unexpected vote to leave the European Union on 23 June 2016. Since then, the UK has seen a huge amount of political change and domestic uncertainty: a new prime minister was appointed; Article 50 was enacted, triggering the UK’s split from the EU; the country suffered three major terrorist attacks; and a snap General Election was called, resulting in a hung parliament and a minority government.

This has been the backdrop for our four Brexit Barometer surveys, which each surveyed 1,200 team managers in small, mid-size and large UK businesses, tracking the sentiment of managers, seeking to understand how Brexit has impacted their work, and their companies’ operations.

This report summarises the results of our final survey, conducted at the end of May 2017, and looks back on our previous Barometers to identify if, or how, managers’ sentiments have changed since 23 June 2016.

Click here to read the full report

Kevin Soady

Kevin Soady

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