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Poll: more than 6 in 10 Britons are “disappointed in Brexit”

A year after the UK left the European Union, a poll shows that more than 60 percent of British voters believe Brexit has gone bad or worse than they expected. As of January 1, full customs controls will begin on goods exported from the EU to the UK.

The survey also found that 42 percent of people who voted for Brexit in 2016 are dissatisfied with how Brexit has gone so far. 26 percent of Brexit voters said things went worse than they expected, while 16 percent of them said they expected things to go bad and that they were right.

Of voters who wanted the UK to stay within the EU, a whopping 86 percent said Brexit had gone bad or worse than they expected. In total, only 14 percent of these voters said Brexit had gone better than expected. A total of 1,900 adults were surveyed.

Mary Johnson

Mary Johnson is a native of Leeds, journalist and PhD candidate at the University of Glasgow. She is mainly interested in foreign affairs, geopolitics and investigative journalism.

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