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High Anxiety Over Brexit Survey Crashes U.K. Pollster’s Site

  • ICM analyst says ‘everyone needs to calm down a bit’
  • Survey last week sent pound to lowest level since April
Miniature figures representing a debate for Britain leaving the European Union stand on display at the Mini Europe theme park, in Brussels, on June 10, 2016.

Miniature figures representing a debate for Britain leaving the European Union stand on display at the Mini Europe theme park, in Brussels, on June 10, 2016.

Photographer: Jasper Juinen/Bloomberg
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A rumor that new data on a possible Brexit was due to be published overwhelmed the website of U.K. pollster ICM, highlighting the anxiety in the financial markets over the vote in 10 days on Britain’s membership in the European Union.

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