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Brexit: Why Britain Voted to Leave the European Union by Harold D. Clarke,Matthew Goodwin,Paul Whiteley

By Harold D. Clarke,Matthew Goodwin,Paul Whiteley

In June 2016, the uk stunned the realm by means of balloting to depart the eu Union. As this booklet finds, the old vote for Brexit marked the end result of developments in family politics and within the UK's dating with the ecu which have been development over a long time. Drawing on a wealth of survey proof gathered over greater than ten years, this booklet explains why most folk determined to disregard a lot of the nationwide and overseas neighborhood and vote for Brexit. Drawing on earlier learn on vote casting in significant referendums in Europe and in different places, a crew of best educational specialists examine adjustments within the UK's celebration method that have been catalysts for the referendum vote, together with the increase of the united kingdom Independence social gathering (UKIP), the dynamics of public opinion in the course of an unforgettable and divisive referendum crusade, the criteria that inspired how humans voted and the most probably financial and political impression of this old decision.

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