Britons don't see eye-to-eye on much these days, but on one thing they agree: they want a general election. Voters from all parties – Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrats – support the government calling a snap election by more than two to one. But they disagree on when to hold them. Conservatives want to resolve Brexit first before holding a general election, as a guarantee that the job gets done. Liberal Democrats, who've asserted themselves as the party of Remain, also support dealing with Brexit first by 13 percentage points. Labour supporters prefer an election before the end of the year and trying to resolve Brexit with a new parliament – but only just. The close polling shows that it's more divided over Brexit than other parties. Here's a look at the numbers.