CITIZENS of nearly all the major EU member states want their own Brexit vote, a research chief has said.
Voters in Germany, France and Spain are among those calling for their own referendum on staying part of the European Union.
Michael Dimock, president of American think tank Pew Research Center, said voters in seven out of nine key member nations wanted an EU referendum.
Other countries include Italy, Sweden, the Netherlands, Hungary, Poland and Greece.
Speaking at the Aspen Ideas Festival, organised by The Aspen Institute, Mr Dimock said: “Interestingly, many Europeans would support having a referendum in their country.