In a poll for the True & Fair Party, led by Gina Miller, we find that 52.6% of adults in England & Wales think that we were wrong to vote to leave the EU, compared to just 30.9% thinking it was right. This is particularly so among millennials and younger age groups.
In hindsight, do you think Britain was right or wrong to vote to leave the EU?
I don’t know: 16.5%
‘Wrong’ by age group:
- 13.1% of 2016 Leave voters think leaving the EU was wrong, compared to 73.6% who think it was right.
- 72% of 2019 Conservative voters think it was right, compared to only 5.3% of Labour.
- 90.7% of Labour voters think it was wrong, compared to just 17.5% of Conservative
- More answered Wrong in every region apart from East Midlands where the same number chose Right (39.4% each)
About the survey
Find Out Now interviewed 4,576 GB adults on 2023-06-20, and produced a sample of 2,019 respondents which is representative of the specified regions by: Gender, Age, Social Class, Region, Brexit Vote, and 2019 General Election. For more information about our methodology visit our FAQ