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London. More than six in ten Britons estimate that Brexit – their withdrawal from the EU – is negative or worse than expected.
This comes from a new poll, which found that only 14 percent of respondents believe Brexit performed better than they expected. The DPA made the announcement on Sunday.
A quarter (26 percent) of Opinium researchers said Brexit in The Observer was worse than expected. Another 35 percent said they expected leaving the EU to go wrong, which was confirmed.
In the days leading up to the Christmas holidays, about 1,900 British adults were polled.
The United Kingdom firmly “said goodbye” to the EU and Customs a year ago. Although Brexit officially took place on 31 January 2020, there was still an interim period until the end of that year, during which the previous rules were applied.
A few days before its expiration, London and Brussels signed a trade and cooperation agreement, the DPA said.
According to The Observer, up to 42 percent of those who voted to leave the EU have a negative view of Brexit. “We see a significant minority of voters who support the performance saying the situation is worse or worse than expected,” said Adam Drummond of Opinion.
Meanwhile, according to him, the group of Brexit supporters is very divided, instead there are two closed blocks of opponents and supporters to leave the country from the EU.
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