More than half of fundweb.co.uk readers believe the UK should not have a greater say in how the eurozone debt crisis is tackled.
Readers were split down the middle when it came to their opinions on why Britain should take a back seat on talks to resolve the crisis.
Half of those who said no to a greater say believed the UK would need to join the eurozone to have a greater say, whilst the other half highlighted problems in the UK economy as their reasons.
The lowest proportion of respondents to the poll, 16.6%, said the UK could help solve the eurozone debt problems.
Just over one quarter said it was in the UK’s interests to have a greater say in the process, as there could be strong repercussions.
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