The survey found 55 percent of people felt Parliament were trying to block Brexit
Compiled by ComRes, the poll found 55 percent felt MPs were attempting to dash the outcome of the referendum in 2016. Just over 2,000 people in the UK were quizzed on a variety of questions. Other statistics assembled show that around two in five Remain voters agreed that Parliament was stifling Brexit, with a resounding 87 percent of Leavers also backing the claim.
Professor Sir John Curtice, NatCen senior research fellow, told the Daily Telegraph: “What, perhaps, is particularly remarkable is that Leave voters have become just as critical as Remain supporters of both the process and the outcome.
"That is not an outcome that would necessarily have been anticipated, and certainly does not help the Prime Minister in her efforts to secure parliamentary approval of the deal.”
The findings are the latest in a long line of blows suffered by Prime Minister Theresa May in recent months.
On Monday, the Government lost a vital vote as rivals approved plans to take control of Brexit.
Just over 2,000 people in the UK were quizzed on a variety of questions
The vote was lost by 27 votes in Parliament.
MPs will now be able to set the agenda for a series of indicative votes on Wednesday.
Options which are likely to put to MPs will include voting for a no deal, for a second referendum or cancelling Brexit all together.
Before the vote, Mrs May delivered a message to frustrated Leave voters across the country “guaranteeing Brexit”.
On Monday, the Government lost a vital vote as rivals approved plans to take control of Brexit
She said: “We can guarantee Brexit and leave on the May 22 by supporting, as the Council conclusions suggest, the deal that has been put forward.
“That is the way to guarantee Brexit.
“Anything else does not guarantee Brexit.”
Prime Minister Theresa May has acknowledged that there is not enough support in the House of Commons for her to bring back her Brexit deal for a third "meaningful vote".