The number of Brits saying the vote to leave the EU was the wrong decision has reached a new high, according to the latest data.
In the same week that prominent Leave campaigner Nigel Farage claimed he never “promised that Brexit would be a huge success” confidence from the British public also seems to be diminishing.
Shocking analysis recently pooled the mounting evidence that suggests Brexit will make us poorer.
Some 97 per cent of academics, the IMF, World Bank, HM Treasury, all former Prime Ministers sill alive and the CBI have all come to the same conclusion.
And the evidence seems to now be winning over the public.
According to the latest polls the number of Britons saying the vote to leave the EU was the wrong decision has reached a new high of 46 per cent compared to 41.7 per cent of people who think it was the right decision.
See how this compares to historical data below:
The number of Britons saying the vote to leave the EU was the wrong decision reaches a new high:
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