More than half of Britons would vote to pull out of EU: Euroscepticism has rocketed in just a decade

More than half of Britons would vote to pull out of EU: Euroscepticism has rocketed in just a decadeA poll has revealed 51 per cent of people questioned want to get out of EuropeJust 40 per cent said they wanted to stay inTen years ago a similar poll found we wanted to stay in Europe by a margin of 68 per cent to 19 per cent | UPDATED: 23:24 GMT, 26 December 2012 As it is revealed more than half of Britons would pull out of EU, David Cameron will finally make a speech setting out his vision for the UK's relationship with Europe Britain is becoming a more Eurosceptic country – with a majority saying they would vote to leave the EU. A poll has revealed that 51 per cent of respondents want to get out of Europe, against just 40 per cent who want to stay in. The survey represents a massive turnaround on a decade ago, when a similar poll found we wanted to stay in Europe by a margin of 68 per cent to 19 per cent