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    • Seems odd that Bloomberg characterizes the results of that poll as "the country hasn't shifted significantly" when it shows that the country has flipped from majority leave to majority remain.

      Leaving means wrecking the UK's economy and creating huge social and political problems that will take decades — maybe even generations — to deal with. Staying means...not doing that.

      That difference seems incredibly significant to me, even if the margin of support is small. 🤔

    • The whole situation is complex, I personally think that there is a lot of of dislike for the "current deal", but still a desire to leave Europe, which may make the polling more confusing in general.

      The Guardian's editorial on the current situation may also help shed some light on where things are at.