In the latest YouGov poll, published last week, 53% said the UK was wrong to leave the EU, compared to 32% who still think it was the right decision. According to an Ipsos poll in January, 45% of the public thought Brexit had made their daily lives worse, while only 11% said it had improved them.
According to a survey conducted by Focaldata and UnHerd at the end of last year, 54% of nearly 10,000 respondents across the country “strongly agree” or “slightly agree” with the statement that leaving the EU was a mistake.
About 28% disagreed slightly or strongly, and there was only one of the 632 constituencies in Great Britain (England, Wales and Scotland) where more people opposed the statement than agreed – Boston in the East Midlands and in the Coastal constituency of Skegness, The highest proportion voted for Britain to leave the European Union in 2016.
The British economy is expected to be the worst performer of the G-20 over the next two years, as the crisis in living standards and political turmoil fuel discontent with the Conservative government.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s ruling party has a more than 20 percentage point lead over the main opposition Labor Party ahead of the 2024 general election, according to opinion polls.
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