• Calbengoshi

    I do not think anyone should be surprised by data showing that people likely to view themselves as having been damaged economically as a result of the UK’s membership in the EU, and as not being likely to reap any significant benefits from the UK staying in the EU, voted to leave, while those likely to see themselves as being in the opposite situation voted to remain.

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