] The Brexit bus rolls on but the betting suggests in has more momentum than out. Polls and even betting showing the Romain campaign increasing the gap on Brexit. An ORB phone poll showing 55% for in to 40% out. But two ICM polls released on the same day show contradicting results.
The phone poll also shows up to 14% of voters undecided and grabbing their attention is now a priority for in rather than out. The data showing 18 to 24 year olds least likely to vote the in campaigns targeting students across the country. But there are big distractions, the referendum comes just after the university exams in the middle of the music festival season.
Not to mention the European football championships. If apathy is a deciding factor on June the 23rd, the result could prove the pollsters wrong again.