A survey of 6500 British people shows the overwhelming lack of enthusiasm. Four percent think things have gone very well since Brexit, but total score of those who view Brexit as negative is now more than 53 percent.
14 percent of respondents felt that it had” gone reasonably well”, 21 percent of respondents felt that the effects of Brexit were neither positive nor negative. 21 per cent of those surveyed believe that the post-Brexit period went “pretty bad”, and a further 32 per cent thought it went “very bad”.
The research comes amid the fuel crisis, which is partly (and traditionally!) attributed to the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.