Almost two-thirds of Britons now support a referendum on rejoining the European Union, two years after Britain left.
Opposition to another vote has faded, with those who believe there should never be one falling to less than a quarter, according to an exclusive Savant poll.
Britain officially left the EU on 31 January 2020, but followed Brussels laws during a “transition period” and remained part of the single market until 31 December 2020.
According to the poll, Britons believe the economy, Britain’s global influence and the ability to control borders have deteriorated. This seems to have increased the number of people who want a future referendum on membership.
The number of people who believe another vote should be held has risen to 65 percent, up from 55 percent at the same time last year, although they are split on the timing.
The percentage of those who believe there should not be another referendum has fallen from 32 to 24 percent.
On the first anniversary of Britain leaving, 54 percent now say BREXIT was the wrong decision, up from 46 percent last year.
Not only do most Britons believe that BREXIT has made many things worse, but their percentage has increased in many areas. A total of 56 percent now believe that leaving the EU has made the economy worse, compared to 44 percent.
Half of Britons (50 per cent compared to 43 per cent previously) believe this has damaged Britain’s ability to control its borders, a key promise of BREXIT.
Furthermore, the proportion of those who believe it has harmed Britain’s global influence rose to 50 from 39 per cent.