According to this article


Given the amount of people who died and became eligible to vote and their preferences since Brexit vote, the UK now is anti-Brexit.

closed as primarily opinion-based by Philipp Feb 11 at 13:32

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    That seems like a rather unjustified assumption. People can and do change their opinions on things over time, and it is hardly impossible (given the EU's approach to the Brexit negotiation - and the way it's been portrayed in the British press) that some people who voted remain would voted leave in a second referendum. Opinion polls suggest a slight majority for remain, but then, they suggested that before the last referendum too and haven't really shifted significantly, rather in contradiction to your assumptions. – PhillS Feb 11 at 13:25
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    I'm sorry, but we generally do not answer questions which ask for our personal opinions. We only answer objective questions which can be answered from a neutral point of view. – Philipp Feb 11 at 13:32
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    Opinion polls and exit polls always yield different outcomes than elections, for a variety of reasons. It could be democratic to have a second referendum, but it would not be democratic to change the policy based on a few representative samplings by media. – elliot svensson Feb 11 at 16:31
  • @PhillS it appears opinion has shifted significantly. Brexit Right versus Wrong: 2016 August 2 46% 42%, 2019 January 18 41% 43%. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/… – H2ONaCl Feb 11 at 17:39
  • I propose all law should be based on random opinion polls and arbitrary guesses as to who died in future. – Orangesandlemons Feb 11 at 21:59