Brexit is not very popular among young people in the UK, with a recent poll showing that more than three-quarters of them would support re-joining the EU.
Additionally, a survey conducted by London’s Savanta Communicate Research Ltd on Friday found that a majority of the population as a whole would rejoin: 53 percent would support it and only 47 percent would oppose it. Among young people, 77 percent are found to be pro-EU.
Another question also found that 82 percent of respondents who did not vote in the 2016 referendum would vote for the European Union today.
This is especially important in light of the fact that in the fateful Brexit referendum, the exit parties won 51.89 per cent to 48.11 per cent in favor of the vote, implying that the difference was only 3.78 per cent. In contrast, it is somewhat surprising that only two out of five participants support a new referendum on this issue. However, young people are more determined here, with 49 percent taking a new poll.
Euractiv quotes Chris Hopkins, director of policy research at Savanta, as saying that the survey results indicate that British society remains as divided as it was five years ago, with only turning to “the other side”.