Doubts are growing over David Cameron's prospects of successfully renegotiating the terms of Britain's EU membership, with the prime minister left with relatively few believers even within his own party.

Most voters appear to believe that the renegotiation of the UK's membership of the European Union has little prospect of a worthwhile outcome, with six in ten (62%) describing the chance of achieving satisfactory new terms as unlikely. Less than a fifth (17%) thought Mr Cameron was likely to get good terms.

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