If you think Donald Trump is bad for Britain, think again.
A new poll released by the U-K.
Independence Party (Ukip) shows that the British people are actually more supportive of the U, the nation that is the most Eurosceptic of the 28 member states.
The new poll from the political arm of the United Kingdom Independence Party, which has become the de facto voice of British Brexit supporters, found that 73 percent of respondents think Britain should leave the European Union, while just 12 percent think it should remain.
The U.S. has a larger margin of support of 55 percent to 27 percent, according to the poll.
Ukip, the largest party in Parliament, has been in the news a lot lately.
The party is trying to unseat Theresa May as Prime Minister after she lost the June 7 election to Donald Trump.
The group has recently been in trouble over its campaign strategy of using anti-immigrant rhetoric to draw attention to the fact that British voters aren’t really as white as the U in this election.