With less than 100 days to go until the European Union (EU) Referendum, North Devon remains split over the UKs membership.The Gazette took to the streets of Barnstaple, Bideford and Ilfracombe to ask people which way they would be voting on June 23. Of the 500 people we spoke to, 32.4 per cent felt the UK should remain part of the EU, opposed to 29 per cent who wished to leave. That left 38.6 per cent undecided about whether the UK should remain. A breakdown of the figures showed that many younger people were still undecided. However, just 15.4 per cent of participants aged 15-40 said they would like to leave. That view isnt shared by the over 65s, with over half of the sample size saying the UK is better off leaving the Common Market. The gender breakdown showed that the majority of men had made up their mind about how they would vote, with 72 per cent of participants evenly split between staying and leaving. By comparison, nearly half the women we spoke to were still undecided about which way to vote. Retired Ilfracombe teacher Paul Swailes was among those who said the UK should remain. He said: Geographically we are linked to Europe and it makes good economic and social sense for us to be part of that block if we are to have any meaningful say in the world. By contrast, business owner Trevor Hill, from Bideford, said: We fought two world wars to stay independent; I want this country to run this country by itself. Meanwhile, 118 people took part in a similar Gazette poll on Twitter. A total of 65 per cent voted to get out, while 22 per cent voted to stay in. Thirteen per cent were undecided. But with just three months to go until the big day, a lot could change as undecided voters choose their stance. What do you think? Vote in our poll above or email your thoughts and opinions to email@example.com or write to us at the usual address.