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Will the anti-democratic remainers stop with their lying narratives

This was done by ComRes for the Sunday mirror
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When was this taken? Did they wait long enough for the fall of the pound and the credit rating to be negative?
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Where did you get this from?
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Will the anti-democratic remainers stop with their lying narratives
1069 people isn't a huge sample compared to the voting turnout and with no information about how these people were sourced, where they are from, age, gender etc. I would seriously question whether this is representative data.
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When was this taken? Did they wait long enough for the fall of the pound and the credit rating to be negative?
Wtf you are so disconnected from the real working class people who voted leave

That banker bolloX of stock markets and fall of pound and credit rating doesn't apply to us...

We didn't vote based on that

We voted simply because we want our country back
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Wtf you are so disconnected from the real working class people who voted leave

That banker bolloX of stock markets and fall of pound and credit rating doesn't apply to us...

We didn't vote based on that

We voted simply because we want our country back
The health of the economy doesn't apply to you?

Now I understand why we voted to leave.
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1% seems small but 1% of over 17 million is quite a lot. I think it would be over 170000.
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The health of the economy doesn't apply to you?

Now I understand why we voted to leave.

As long as we get better NHS, less immigrants, and enough money to see us though the week, we don't care about the elite bolloX that doesn't directly affect us
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1% seems small but 1% of over 17 million is quite a lot.
It's 170,000 that still isn't enough to put remain in the lead
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It's 170,000 that still isn't enough to put remain in the lead
I never said it was but it is still quite a lot of people.
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Where did you get this from?
It is a ComRes poll
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I never said it was but it is still quite a lot of people.
Yes but people who use the people regret it make it seem like remain would of won
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along with the factors stated above i'd like to know which areas in gb this poll was taken from as that might prove higher or lower figures than the ones above
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Yes but people who use the people regret it make it seem like remain would of won
That honestly did not make any sense to me. Explain please?
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1069 people isn't a huge sample compared to the voting turnout and with no information about how these people were sourced, where they are from, age, gender etc. I would seriously question whether this is representative data.
You sound like you do statistics but you dont do you? I have done all 3 stats so stfu! Even though I agree it doesnt seem representative stfu!
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1% seems small but 1% of over 17 million is quite a lot. I think it would be over 170000.
Heeeey, Ive done 3 statistics here so I can say that and you can not!!!!
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That honestly did not make any sense to me. Explain please?
People are saying that the people who regret voting leave would vote remain and change the result.

It is also worth noting 2% of remain voters are very happy we left
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Where did the 7% go? 7% of Leave voters are neither happy or unhappy?
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Wtf you are so disconnected from the real working class people who voted leave

That banker bolloX of stock markets and fall of pound and credit rating doesn't apply to us...

We didn't vote based on that

We voted simply because we want our country back
You're so naive, are you not? First of all I have nothing to do with banks as I AM a working class citizen at the moment.
But allow me to teach you.
Suppose you want to get a mortgage plan, who will fund you? Yes, it's the banks. So ****ed up banks means extortionate mortgage rates.

Suppose you went through tough times, and wanted rely on the government to help you with benefits, who funds the government to pay you? Oh, it's the banks (tax-payers money is all invested in banks so that it would increase at a rate that allows the government to pay you).

Suppose you want to look for a job, do you know who pays the employers to start businesses and start shops and all that? Yup it's mostly the banks. Thus if the banks go down, so do businesses and so you won't find any jobs.

Now that you know you can't find a decent mortgage, government is too poor to pay you decently, not enough jobs in the market, what do you? You trade or farm, well, too bad trading is mostly controlled by banks, and farming was mostly subsidised by the EU, and we just gave them both the two fingers.

Suppose you wanted to be a student, who funds universities and research bodies? Mostly the banks.

Who will fund your study leave? Yup, the banks (government money is mainly in banks anyway).

Feels good to destroy your country's financial backbone just to anger a few guys working in the City, right?
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As long as we get better NHS, less immigrants, and enough money to see us though the week, we don't care about the elite bolloX that doesn't directly affect us
You mean the stock markets which act as an indicator for business confidence and therefore business investment and ultimately employment?

You mean the value of the pound which dictates how much you will have to pay for foreign goods?

You mean the credit rating which informs foreign businesses whether or not to invest in the UK and which decides the difficulty in which the UK can borrow money?

Yep, totally inane b******s.
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