Scientists say ‘no’ to UK exit from Europe in Nature poll

@article{Cressey2016ScientistsS,
  title={Scientists say ‘no’ to UK exit from Europe in Nature poll},
  author={Daniel Cressey},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2016},
  volume={531},
  pages={559-559}
}
  • D. Cressey
  • Published 31 March 2016
  • Political Science
  • Nature
Most polled researchers in Britain and the wider EU think that the union benefits science. T he charged question of whether the United Kingdom should stay in the European Union — to be put to a national referendum on 23 June — splits the general population almost evenly. But most scientists want the country to stay in, suggests a Nature poll of nearly 2,000 researchers living in the EU, both inside and outside the United Kingdom (see 'Scientists speak on a Brexit'). Most of the polled… 
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