Daily Mail: A divided nation with two days to go: As one poll shows Brexit two points ahead but another gives Remain the advantage, data reveals the deep splits between young and old, the north and the south
* Two more polls today have revealed a mixed picture of the referendum race
* Voters go to the polls in just two days time to give their verdict on the EU
* Today's YouGov poll shows Leave two points ahead - after a weekend poll from the firm which showed Remain had got back into the lead
* But an ORB poll of people who say they will definitely turn out finds a six point lead for Remain - revealing support for Remain was up 5 per cent
* Polling expert Professor John Curtice believes the race is too close to call
Britain is split down the middle with just two days of the referendum battle to go.
As voters prepare to go to the polls on Thursday to decide the future of the nation, YouGov data revealed deep splits across the nation.
While London and Scotland break strongly for Remain, Wales, the Midland and the North look set on a Leave vote.
Voters aged over 50 are leading the charge for Brexit but those aged 18 to 24 are set to heavily back the campaign to keep Britain inside the EU.
The two rival campaigns are engaged in a frantic final round of media appearances today before the last big TV clash tonight in a massive debate at Wembley Arena.
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WNU Editor: My gut tells me that the momentum for the Leave side has dissipated since the murder of Jo Cox last week. But reports like this one cannot help the Remain side .... WATCH: Terrifying moment British tourists were confronted by rioting Calais migrants (Express). This is a big news story, and this blog will be extensively covering the Brexit debate and vote starting tomorrow.
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