52% of British adults think that UK made the right decision to leave the European Union
Half of British voters (52%)†think that the UK made the right decision in deciding to leave the European Union, while 39% think the UK made the wrong decision.
- Leave voters†are more likely to remain convinced of their initial decision in comparison to remain voters.
- London and Scotland, as two of the regions that voted to remain, are†the only two regions in our survey†to say the United Kingdom made the wrong decision (51% wrong vs 42% right in London and 51% wrong vs 40% right in Scotland).
- Older age groups are more likely to say that the decision to leave was the right one.
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