A poll showed Britain would still vote to Leave if there was a second referendum
A survey by campaign group ‘Hope not Hate’ shows 44 per cent of people would vote to leave and 41 per cent would vote to Remain.
The remainder are undecided or would not vote, according to the 76-page State of Hate report which surveyed 1,679 people.
The result flies in the face of many bitter Remainers who called for a second referendum when the momentous vote failed to deliver the outcome they wanted.
People voted to leave the EU on June 23
A survey by campaign group ‘Hope not Hate’ shows 44 per cent of people would vote to leave and 41 per cent would vote to Remain
They even claimed Brexit voters suffered Bregret after the nation voted to turn its back on the Brussels club.
But interestingly this recent survey shows Remain voters actually have more regret than Brexiteers.
Six per cent of people who voted to Remain last June would switch their votes now, while just four per cent of people who voted to leave would now vote to Remain.
A total of 33.5million people voted on June 23, with 52 per cent backing leave and 48 per cent voting remain.
A petition calling for a second referendum received more than four million signatures, but was rejected by the government in July.
The Government’s EU (Withdrawal) Bill cleared its first Parliamentary hurdle with a majority of 498 MPs honour the European Union referendum result.
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REMOANERS: These people hate BREXIT!
Mon, January 16, 2017
Remainers are finding it hard to accept Brexit.
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A spokesperson for HOPE not hate: “Views have not radically shifted since summer: we are leaving the EU.
“Now the debate is moving onto what sort of Brexit deal people expect.
“We need a proper conversation about our-post Brexit immigration policy. While immigration was a significant issue behind the Brexit vote, it's quite clear that the overwhelming majority of Britons accept and understand the need for immigration into Britain.
“That is why is HOPE not hate is focusing on a national conversation around immigration, which was launched recently by the Home Affairs select committee."