Yougov Poll: More Brexiters Are In Favour Of Remaining In The EU

During the referendum hold on 23 June 2016, 51.9% of the participating UK electorate has voted to leave the EU. Now just 16 months after, a new poll revealed the number of those who regret the vote has risen to its highest level.

YouGov conducted a new survey at the end of September which ran into to an incredible result. About 47 percent of respondents said Britain was wrong to leave the EU in the Brexit. On the other hand, 42 percent still approved the country to leave the union.

While 18 percent wanted a second referendum to be held, 14 percent said the government needs to leave it completely.

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The poll results said some 40 percent wanted to continue with Brexit on current negotiating terms believing that the result of the referendum should be valued.

The average of YouGov’s five most recent surveys found that 43 percent believed they were right to vote to leave the EU and 45 percent said they were wrong.

Theresa May has started two-year Brexit negotiations with the Brussels in March, proclaimed she plans to end Britain’s 44-year relationship to establish a new place for the UK in the global area.

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