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The areas and demographics where the Brexit vote was won
Who and what led the leave campaign to the startling win that will likely redefine British politics?
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Maurice Smith 24 Jun 16
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Some fascinating figures there. This is about the disenfranchised - led to the trough by privileged Gove, Johnson, IDS et al
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Terina 24 Jun 16
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what figures are these correlation statistics based on considering voting is allegedly anonymous..I sure didn't tell what I voted?
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aak 24 Jun 16
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hard working EU nationals like my husband is paying for these bigots benefits so they can sit at home and do nothing
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Indigo Corn Child 24 Jun 16
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Srsly, I want to know how many supporters have carpet in their WCs. Must correlate. My sympathies, supporters.
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aak 24 Jun 16
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no idea what that means ... People voted out based on immigration, latter is NOT the cause of your Eco problems.
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Marie bell  #Standupforbrexit 24 Jun 16
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Many of the areas who voted leave are labour heartlands! Safe seats, years of industrial decline. Poor public services! Then put..
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Marie bell  #Standupforbrexit 24 Jun 16
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thousands of more people in to that mix! Make life that bit harder. Then a round of austerity cuts to councils! Welcome North !
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Marie bell  #Standupforbrexit 24 Jun 16
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The people in the North are not labour racists! Just overwhelmed and desperate for some glimmer of hope!
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Roger Horn 24 Jun 16
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so the message is - maybe do something about education and income
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Tamer Aktas 24 Jun 16
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every interview i have seen so far on tv showed the stay in by the wealthy with caviar and golfing hobbies!
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elizabeth dynan 24 Jun 16
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Correlation is not causality. And whatever you may be trying to suggest, you cannot know the demographics of actual voters.
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Italian in London 24 Jun 16
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they know the demographics of each constituency (census)... And they know % leave/stay for each one of them...
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