A Survation survey showed a clear majority of Brits (54 per cent) would vote to remain in the EU if another referendum was held, while 46 per cent would back Brexit.
The poll also found 36 per cent of those quizzed also said the best outcome would be stop exit talks altogether and work to stay in the crumbling European superstate.
A slightly smaller number of those polled (32 per cent) backed paying a fee for access to the tariff-free customs union.
Less than a quarter of people (24 per cent) supported the Government’s current position of leaving the customs union in order to strike free trade deals with other countries.
The survey also found that more Britons oppose a referendum on the final deal (47 per cent) than support it (46 per cent).
Most of those asked (55 per cent) also want a cross-party coalition of parties to negotiate the UK's exit from the EU.
Roughly a third (32 per cent) of those surveyed think it should fall to the minority Conservative Government alone.
Yet despite a disastrous showing in the General Election, Theresa May (51 per cent) is still trusted more than Jeremy Corbyn (35 per cent) as to who Britons believe will secure the best deal for Britain.
The poll also showed the Tories regaining a one-point lead over Labour.
This means that the Conservative approval rating is 41 per cent as opposed to Labour’s 40 per cent. A separate Opium survey for the Observer showed Labour on 45 per cent, six points ahead of the Tories on 39 per cent.
That poll also showed Mrs May with a net approval rating of -20 per cent, with Mr Corbyn on +4% per cent.
Survation interviewed 1,017 British adults by telephone between June 28 and 30.
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