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The result in the Brexit referendum on whether Britain should leave the European Union or remain a member was 51.9% Leave, 48.1% Remain. Is there a good estimate of how British citizens voted? I mean the voters who were British citizens, not those who had a vote but who weren't British citizens, who included many residents of Britain who were citizens of the Republic of Ireland andor of a Commonwealth countriescountry such as Australia, Canada, Cyprus, India, Malta, New Zealand, Pakistan, andor South Africa.

Among British citizens who voted, was there a majority for Leave or Remain?

The result in the Brexit referendum on whether Britain should leave the European Union or remain a member was 51.9% Leave, 48.1% Remain. Is there a good estimate of how British citizens voted? I mean the voters who were British citizens, not those who had a vote but who weren't British citizens, who included many citizens of the Republic of Ireland and of Commonwealth countries such as Australia, Canada, Cyprus, India, Malta, New Zealand, Pakistan, and South Africa.

Among British citizens who voted, was there a majority for Leave or Remain?

The result in the Brexit referendum on whether Britain should leave the European Union or remain a member was 51.9% Leave, 48.1% Remain. Is there a good estimate of how British citizens voted? I mean the voters who were British citizens, not those who had a vote but who weren't British citizens, who included many residents of Britain who were citizens of the Republic of Ireland or of a Commonwealth country such as Australia, Canada, Cyprus, India, Malta, New Zealand, Pakistan, or South Africa.

Among British citizens who voted, was there a majority for Leave or Remain?

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The result in the Brexit referendum on whether Britain should leave the European Union or remain a member was 51.9% Leave, 48.1% Remain. Is there a good estimate of how British citizens voted? I mean the voters who were British citizens, not those who had a vote but who weren't British citizens, who included many citizens of the Republic of Ireland and of Commonwealth countries such as Australia, Canada, Cyprus, India, Malta, New Zealand, Pakistan, and South Africa.

Among British citizens who voted, was there a majority for Leave or Remain?

The result in the Brexit referendum was 51.9% Leave, 48.1% Remain. Is there a good estimate of how British citizens voted? I mean the voters who were British citizens, not those who had a vote but who weren't British citizens, who included many citizens of the Republic of Ireland and of Commonwealth countries such as Australia, Canada, Cyprus, India, Malta, New Zealand, Pakistan, and South Africa.

Among British citizens who voted, was there a majority for Leave or Remain?

The result in the Brexit referendum on whether Britain should leave the European Union or remain a member was 51.9% Leave, 48.1% Remain. Is there a good estimate of how British citizens voted? I mean the voters who were British citizens, not those who had a vote but who weren't British citizens, who included many citizens of the Republic of Ireland and of Commonwealth countries such as Australia, Canada, Cyprus, India, Malta, New Zealand, Pakistan, and South Africa.

Among British citizens who voted, was there a majority for Leave or Remain?

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