The poll, conducted between the 23rd and 24th July and released on 15th August, suggests that voters would narrowly vote to remain in the EU if another referendum took place.
A further 6% said they would not vote while 5% said they did not know.
In addition to this, respondents were also asked how they felt about the future of the EU. A majority (52%) said they were pessimistic while 30% said they were optimistic.
The poll also asked similar questions to voters in six other European countries.
Meanwhile in Sweden, anti-EU sentiment was found to be higher, with 32% of respondents saying they would vote to leave the union.
The new poll does not necessarily mean that Britain would vote to remain in the union were another referendum held tomorrow, however, it does suggest that the country is still split on the matter.
In all likelihood, there will not be second referendum, but were one to be held, it is difficult to imagine a resounding vote either way.
The country remains divided.
The new YouGov/Eurotrack survey can be accessed here. Respondents were questioned between the 23rd and 24th July.