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Four years later, the worst outcome of Brexit

Four years later, the worst outcome of Brexit

An anti-Brexit protest in London on Wednesday 24 January.
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Explanation – Only one in five Britons believe that leaving the EU would have a positive effect on the country's general situation.

On January 31, 2020, the “B-day” and “B” time for Brexit arrived. A “New Dawn” In the lofty words of Boris Johnson, the kingdom is going to rise above. The future outside the EU was bright. Four years later, the image is less luminous. If polls are to be believed, most Britons today regret this historic choice. With the feeling that the cost of divorce is higher than popular “Income” As promised by the Brexiteers.

For months, opinion polls have shown growing dissatisfaction with Brexit since the 2016 referendum. According to a recent Opinium poll, only 22% of Britons believe leaving the EU would have a positive effect on the country in general, down from 12%. If we specifically consider the economy %.

Only 1 in 10 people in Britain feel that their financial situation has been improved by getting divorced. 63% of them believe that Brexit has fueled inflation.

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