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70% Of UK Supports Pushing Ahead With Brexit Despite Election Upset

• by Tyler Durden

– even after the election sparked exclamations from the left for a second referendum, according to the latest YouGov poll.

The poll showed that the country is split down the middle over whether leaving the EU was the right or wrong decision, but even among voters who didn't support the "leave" campaign, there's an acknowledgement that the people have spoken, and now the government must obey their wishes.

The poll also suggested that there's still widespread support for May's Brexit goals, which she outlined in January, when the prime minister emphasized a "free break" with the EU, suggesting that the UK wouldn't swap control of immigration for continued unfettered access to the country's single markets. However, the poll suggests the public is less confident in Theresa May's ability to deliver on them.