Almost three years ago the UK voted in favour of leaving the EU.
Yet the original departure date of 29 March has been delayed and the government is searching for a way forward.
So, what do the majority of the UK’s voters now think about Brexit?
How well have talks been handled?
Theresa May argues that her deal is the best way of fulfilling the instruction to leave given by voters in the EU referendum.
Trouble is, voters themselves – including not least those who voted Leave – have become deeply critical of how the UK government has handled Brexit negotiations. This is seen in data from a newly published survey from NatCen Social Research, conducted between 24 January and 17 February.
Two years ago, those who voted Leave