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    Both sides have been debating whether we'd be better off than Europe or not if a Brexit were to take place. Here's what the research done by Ipsos says:

    https://www.ipsos-mori.com/researchp...ve-the-EU.aspx

    https://www.ipsos-mori.com/researchp...embership.aspx

    https://www.ipsos-mori.com/researchp...long-term.aspx

    The research done should be what we base our votes on, we can make more informed decisions that way. Personally I think it's better to get out now before the EU drags us down with it.
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    (Original post by Peroxidation)
    Both sides have been debating whether we'd be better off than Europe or not if a Brexit were to take place. Here's what the research done by Ipsos says:

    https://www.ipsos-mori.com/researchp...ve-the-EU.aspx

    https://www.ipsos-mori.com/researchp...embership.aspx

    https://www.ipsos-mori.com/researchp...long-term.aspx

    The research done should be what we base our votes on, we can make more informed decisions that way. Personally I think it's better to get out now before the EU drags us down with it.
    I personally think there are lots of pros and cons to both. I think people who are too far into one camp are kind of blind to the other side of the argument, but then again I'm usually a fence sitter.

    The links seem good though so I'll take a look, even though I've already voted.
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    I cannot make up my mind, even after months of reading/watching information on the matter. Will be interesting to see what I pick tomorrow morning at the polling booth.
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    (Original post by AnnieGakusei)
    I personally think there are lots of pros and cons to both. I think people who are too far into one camp are kind of blind to the other side of the argument, but then again I'm usually a fence sitter.

    The links seem good though so I'll take a look, even though I've already voted.
    Indeed. It's always better to weigh up the options and make informed judgments before supporting a side.
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    We have been IN for years and years and things are not good at the moment.. we have people relying on food banks and austerity measures in place crippling our much needed services. Another £15 million away from the Fire Department just this week! Our Police forces that can't do very much if your house is being burgled! Drug problems that the Police struggle to deal with because they are so sparse! Don't get me started on the NHS!!!

    SO it makes sense to GET OUT while we can, make a change to the failing systems, and really concentrate on putting every British person first because after all this is Britain! I am not advocating the aptly named' Britain First' because those right wing nutters have no place in society! I am firmly in the Centre and we need to make simple changes to get great results! We can only manage this by LEAVING the tried, tested and failed EU!
 
 
 
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