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Alleged Brexit Poll Results Turn Out To Be ‘Hoax’


A voting poll report claiming to be from BMG Research announced a hoax result.

An alleged Brexit poll conducted by the BMG Research firm turned out to be a ‘hoax’. The said poll came out in a newspaper publishing report and the BMG Research firm dismissed the information to be false.
The said poll claimed that the intel was published from the BMG Research firm, wherein it showed that forty five percentage of votes were in favour of Brexit “Leave campaign” while another forty declined the proposal. Likewise, the “Remain camp” was overruled by “three percentage points”.
However, another Brexit poll report “published by the EuropeElects Twitter account”, showed the reporting was from BMG data, wherein the ratio was fifty two percent against forty eight percent.
Nevertheless, BMG Research firm, based out of Birmingham, clarified:
"Appears there has been a hoax. We have not released our latest polling."
Moreover, the company took to Twitter to inform that the press release on the next poll reports will be released on Wednesday night, 15 June 2016.

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