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Poll: Would you change your vote if there was a 2nd referendum ?

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In the first referendum, asking the question if the UK should leave the EU, there was a narrow majority to remain by the District.

If there was a 2nd referendum, assuming the same question of leaving the EU, would you change your vote ?

Would you change your vote if there was a 2nd referendum ?

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  1. The question is vague and doesn’t ask whether one voted to leave or remain the first time. So asking if one would change their vote does not take into account how one voted in the original referendum. I voted to remain and would still vote to remain.

  2. I voted Leave and would still vote Leave. The way EU are behaving is reprehensible and not a governing body I want any part of

  3. I voted remain but would now change to leave. The attitude of the EU is one of arrogant complacency. There is more to life than the economy which is all the politicians are concerned about. We want to rules ourselves.

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