Zoe wrote:It's surely lots of reasons depending on age, where people live, if they work (most people who work voted in, those who don't voted out, for example) and lots more things. Feeling left behind and ignored doesn't necessarily lead to voting Leave, it can also lead to not voting or voting Remain for fear of risking the economy further.
Tom, your tales of your son are great!
Thebunhouse wrote:The only believable analysis I have read is that if the young had voted " stay" instead of not voting at all then we would not be having this discussion. As I understand it only 30% of the young were sufficiently concerned for their future to vote.
When my wife and I came out of the polling station a woman asked us if we would mind telling her which age group we were in from an age profile list . We refused but no doubt others took part and maybe they got an age breakdown from compliant participants . Thats all I can think of.
This was in sunny Essex by the way.Dont know if it was universal.
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