LONDON (Reuters) – British long-run public inflation expectations rose back to their long-term average of 3.2 percent last month, while short-run inflation expectations held steady at 2.7 percent, a monthly Citi/YouGov survey showed on Thursday.

The share of respondents who did not know where inflation was likely to head remained higher than normal, which might reflect Brexit uncertainty, Citi’s economists said.

YouGov polled 2,012 adults on April 23 and April 24.

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