2 July, 2016

Brexit – even leavers think they will lose

This latest poll result published by Statista gauges the sentiment of Britons in the wake of the leave vote. Apparently almost a third of those who voted to leave the EU think their country will be worse off… and close to 20% think they will personally be worse off. Yet they still voted to leave. A strong cultural undercurrent or do the Britons real think that money does not equal to happiness?

Interestingly, 5% of those who voted to stay think that Britain will be better off by leaving the EU.

More here: https://www.statista.com/chart/5148/brexits-financial-impact-on-voters/

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