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TheWriteDaws 24 Jun 16
Replying to @FT
This is why younger people need to use their vote. Turnout is also low among the young in General Elections, If they don't we get this.
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Samurai Cat 24 Jun 16
Replying to @FT
These ppl are cut from the same cloth as Trump supporters. Plz wake up America
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Dan Moseley 24 Jun 16
Replying to @StephenNaulls @FT
that's so interesting but doesn't surprise me
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Ted 24 Jun 16
Replying to @FT
So the people who compete with increasing numbers of unskilled migrants and barely earn enough to survive voted for change. Surprised?
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Ted 24 Jun 16
Replying to @FT @2010LeeHurst
thought you might like this
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Kim Kaze 24 Jun 16
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I dislike the implication that ppl with degrees (smart ppl) voted remain. I know plenty of educated who did not & vice versa.
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Boot Master 24 Jun 16
Replying to @FT @SayeedaWarsi
And anyone's surprised?
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plashmar 24 Jun 16
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Pol-Henry Bonte 24 Jun 16
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so jobless "idiots" define it ?
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svenc 24 Jun 16
Replying to @FT @JeanneBartram
Initially thought the referendum was a bad idea and I think that today too. Been all far too divisive. ✌️
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PenaltyKickStat 24 Jun 16
Replying to @FT
. any RSq on these? The age one looks weakest. Which is best fit?
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Birdman 24 Jun 16
Replying to @FT @gsoh31
LOL Lived and worked aboad, high income, 2 degrees, voted leave. Learn from your mistakes!
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Mark Pendleton 24 Jun 16
Replying to @FT @Shezatron3000
so older, poorer, less educated and less well travelled people voted to leave. You don't even need to add an argument.
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Liz 24 Jun 16
Replying to @MsKimKaze @FT
your personal anecdotes do not make up statistics
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John Palmer 24 Jun 16
Replying to @FT
So turnout in areas with high proportion of young people was low?
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