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A YouGov poll for The Times has found no evidence that voters regretted the decision to leave the EU. Asked whether Britain was “right or wrong to leave the EU”, 46% of respondents said that it had been the right decision and 42% said that it had been the wrong one.
The poll also found that 29% thought Brexit would make Britain economically better off, up from 23% before the referendum. The proportion of people who thought that it would be good for jobs rose two points to 24%.
However, less people believe that Brexit would lead to lower immigration. Before the referendum, 53% believed that leaving the EU would cut immigration. That had fallen to 47%.
The poll was conducted on August 1 and 2, among 1,722 people online.
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