Brexit is the plan to take the UK out of the European Union. The way the law is currently framed means that this will happen automatically at the end of march 2019 if no transition deal is arranged. The latest deal negotiated by the government was heavily rejected by the House of Commons.
But it has been claimed several times recently that the public don't really understand this and that many think that a "no-deal" Brexit means the UK stays in the EU.
For example this tweet claims
26% of the people Sky asked think "No Deal #Brexit" means we #RemainInTheEU
It looks as though this specific result might have been one of those Twitter polls that are highly unrepresentative. But Sky News might have some other evidence and I've hear the claim in several other news programmes.
Is there any reliable evidence that says that a significant proportion of people don't understand that "no-deal" Brexit means leaving the EU?