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    Let's say article 50 gets voted in who here will be glad who voted remain or leave and who regrets voting the way they did?
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    I couldn't vote but I influenced a few people to vote leave including 2 friends, my dad and a teacher.

    And I don't regret it
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    Just put a poll up and you cna have all those options. make it public and then you can see. Are you allergic to polls, especially when they are a superior way of answering your question?
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    (Original post by 999tigger)
    Just put a poll up and you cna have all those options. make it public and then you can see. Are you allergic to polls, especially when they are a superior way of answering your question?
    If they voted leave themself maybe they are allergic to Poles
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    I voted Leave and I have no regrets.
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    I didn't vote.

    Didn't really care about the outcome enough. I would have been fine with either.
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    I would have voted leave.
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    I voted leave and I still stand by my vote.
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    I voted Leave as I dislike what the EU has become. If it had stayed an economic free trade area with less political & judicial powers then I'd have voted to Remain. I hoped the EU might see the folly of its deeper & broader policy but it actually seems like they're as hell bent as ever on following their present course. Therefore, I do not regret my decision.
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    I voted leave, thank you very much. Time for the British people to take their country back.
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    Voted 'Leave', will never change my mind.
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    Voted remain on the basis of it being the only way to protect this country's R&D industry (which has to be the way forward for us - become a technology hub, not a corporate tax haven) and at this point I'm unhappily looking forward to being proven right. Definitely don't regret voting the way I did, even if it was futile.
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    Now that May is sucking off Donald, who could regret voting Leave? UK is going to be second now!
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    Can't wait to leave!
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    Think we need to wait a few years before people actually start regretting to vote leave, most people are still kind of in the "haha we won!!!" phase
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    Couldn't vote but influenced a few others to vote remain, on the grounds of economic strength, geopolitical influence, and to maintain the strength of the scientific and university sectors. Do not regret it one bit.
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    Voted leave, don't regret it
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    I still want to leave!
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    I voted Remain and stick by my choice.
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    I voted Leave, and would do so again in a heartbeat.
 
 
 
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