I smelled a rat.
I then thought about it, and it seemed obviously wrong - 48% of people voted Remain, that number has risen both due to time and due to the soft-Brexit people going to hard to Remain. 54% made no sense.
I went to ComRes site, they publish all their surveys, to read the survey method and so on.
It hadn't been published (I've not checked again yet).
I emailed them. No reply yet.
Then this turned up from fullfact.org;
https://fullfact.org/europe/telegraph-s ... arliament/
I quote their investigation;
“Do you agree or disagree with the following statements?
“Boris needs to deliver Brexit by any means, including suspending parliament if necessary, in order to prevent MPs from stopping it.”
44% agreed, 37% disagreed and 19% said they didn’t know.
44% does not, as the Telegraph claims, represent more than half of the public.
The Telegraph excluded all the people who said they didn’t know from its reported findings in order to claim that a majority of the public (54%) agreed. This isn’t appropriate.
They then go on to point out it's a leading question.
I've said it before - there is a significant tendency for the people in favour of Leave to be perfectly happy to deny freedom, by deception or by force, to others.