Tracking public opinion on Brexit

This week a poll was released showing that just 42% of people think Britain was right to vote to leave the European Union. For some, this is evidence of ‘Bregret’, but others have taken this poll with a pinch of salt, considering past polling errors. So how far exactly has public opinion changed since last June?

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