Voters are opposed to Boris Johnson extending the transition period with the EU and delaying a full Brexit beyond the end of this year.
Polling by ComRes for the Centre for Brexit Policy (CBP) has revealed that 44 percent of voters surveyed want Britain to end the transition period by December 31 or earlier.
While Britain officially left the EU on January 31 this year, it has been trapped in an 11-month transition period until December 31.
The EU and its Remainer allies in Britain have been attempting to force Mr Johnson to extend the transition period claiming that there is not enough time to negotiate a free trade deal.
But the Prime Minister has vowed to give the UK its full independence at the end of the year whatever the outcome of the talks.
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