Last month we ran a readers survey to find out what YOU think abut Brexit, nearly one year on from the referendum.
Are people still passionate Brexiteers or has Regrexit kicked in?
Here’s the results we got back from you.*
MoneyMagpie readers were 47% remainers, 45% leavers – pretty equally balanced really, with only a 2% difference between the two.
However, 44% are unhappier after the vote, with just 24% happier and 32% feeling the same – perhaps a sign those who wished to remain are more pessimistic about the country’s future than leavers are optimistic (although that would be difficult to really quantify, of course!)
53% of you said you were now less optimistic about the UK’s future and the number of you who would now vote to remain increased to 50% – an increase of 3% from those who originally voted to remain.
This would seem to indicate at least some of you who voted leave have now changed your mind about Brexit (indeed at least 1% of you must have) but the number of people who didn’t vote in the original referendum has dropped from 8% to just 6% saying they wouldn’t know which way to vote in a second referendum, meaning at least 2% of you who didn’t vote have now decided on a position.
As with many stats, it’s hard to draw too many conclusions but what they do indicate is that MoneyMapie readers, like the country, are completely divided on the issue of Brexit.
Whatever your position, we at MoneyMagpie are all about making money from any opportunity you can – so read our article to find out how you can make money from Brexit.
What do you think about these results? Still feel strongly about Brexit? Let us know in the comments below. We love to hear from you.
*Based on 683 responses