The poll which was released on Wednesday, also showed that a Remain vote would triumph in a second referendum by a total of 55 per cent to 44 per cent soon began trending on Twitter.
However, the biggest talking point wasn't that Remain would win but just who those minority of Brexit Party members are and why on Earth they have joined the party in the first place.
Needless to say, there were a lot of jokes and questions about just who these people are.
Of course, there might be a logical answer to this as they may have chosen to spoil their ballot or completely abstain from voting altogether. As always with these type of polls, there is a possible margin for error.
Survation reports that around 2000 people took part in the survey via an online invite. It is the first survey they have conducted since Boris Johnson became prime minister
Indy100 has contacted the Brexit Party and Survation for comment.