In another question I asked for an estimate of how British citizens voted in the Brexit referendum, considered separately from the approximately 2% of voters (around 1 million people) who were not British citizens. Information given in an answer suggested that a majority of British citizens who voted in the referendum voted for Britain to leave the EU.
I am now asking how the voting broke down by ethnicity, or more particularly I would like estimates for the following four groups of voters:
- white British citizens
- non-white British citizens
- white people who were not British citizens
- non-white people who were not British citizens
I am especially interested in the figures for the first group and for the other three groups combined, and whether they might shed light on the following statistics:
BRITAIN AS A WHOLE (i.e. England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland) Leave 52% Remain 48% (percentages of voters) white British 82% other 18% (percentages of population) LONDON Leave 40% Remain 60% (percentages of voters) white British 45% other 55% (percentages of population)
Voters in London voted 60-40 for Remain. How did a majority of white British voters in that city vote - for Remain or Leave?