Campaign memorabilia is pictured on the jacket of a man as he attends the world premiere of the film 'Brexit: the Movie' in London's Leicester Square, ahead of the EU referendum in Britain on June 23, 2016 / AFP / JUSTIN TALLIS
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British support for staying in the European Union has risen, putting the "In" campaign 15 percentage points ahead of their rivals, according to an ORB telephone poll for The Daily Telegraph newspaper.The poll of 800 people showed support for remaining in the EU stood at 55 percent, up 4 percentage points since a comparable poll last month, while the number backing Brexit, as leaving is known, was down 3 percentage points to 40 percent. Crosby said the biggest challenge for Cameron's campaign to keep Britain in the EU was to get pro-European voters out on polling day.A telephone poll showed the "In" campaign ahead on 47 percent while an online poll showed "Out" ahead on 47 percent support.
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