Only 34% of UK pro-Brexit voters still in favor of the decision: poll
The Times publishes a poll carried out by YouGov revealing that only a minority of UK citizens who voted in favor of Brexit still consider they made the right cast.
An underwhelming one-third of UK citizens that voted in favor of the "Brexit" deal in 2016 still consider they took the right decision.
A YouGov poll, published by The Times newspaper on Saturday, revealed that only 34% of those who voted for the country to exit the European Union still think it was the right move, while 19% of the surveyed regretted their vote.
Another YouGov survey back in November found that 56% of UK citizens believed that their country's decision to leave the EU was a mistake.
On the other hand, The Times report showed that 15% of those who voted against Brexit believe now that the move was actually correct, while 53% stuck to their vote which opposed the exit.
Nearly 41% of respondents, according to the poll, believe that exiting the EU had a worse impact on the UK than they anticipated in 2016.
When asked if they would vote again for another Brexit referendum today, 47% of the surveyed stated that they would vote against it and would prefer the UK remain a member state in the Union, while 34% would vote in favor of withdrawing and 8% would abstain.
In a referendum held in June 2016, 51.8% of UK voters chose to end their nation's membership in the EU, while 48.1% chose to keep London a part of the bloc.
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