Culturally, many Brits dislike the EU, but economically, many see benefits to staying. REUTERS/Darren Staples
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HASTINGS, England: Graeme Williams is sure of only one thing as Britain heads for a momentous referendum on whether to stay in the European Union: He hasn't a clue which way to vote.How voters answer the referendum question will help shape the future of the U.K. and the EU.Nearly half (47 percent) thought being a member of the EU undermined Britain's identity and nearly two-thirds (65 percent) said they would like Britain's relationship with the EU to be "looser".At the same time, however, 40 percent of Britons also believed that leaving the EU would harm the country's economy and only 24 percent thought leaving would make Britain better off economically.
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