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Would you change your vote.

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EveOnline2016 Fri 24-Jun-16 14:30:38

I know this is yet another thread on the eu results.

However would you change your vote if you had a time machine.

I dont think I would but it's early days after the results

PurpleDaisies Fri 24-Jun-16 14:31:06

No-I voted remain.

2nds Fri 24-Jun-16 14:31:09

No I'd still vote remain

PurpleDaisies Fri 24-Jun-16 14:31:34

Although to be honest I don't think we'll know how this plays out for months, if not years.

Shinyshoes2 Fri 24-Jun-16 14:31:46

No Id still vote leave

Fratelli Fri 24-Jun-16 14:32:34

Nope I'd still vote remain.

HappydaysArehere Fri 24-Jun-16 14:33:04

I voted remain and am massively pissed off.

branofthemist Fri 24-Jun-16 14:33:06

No I would still vote remain. However I would oppose calling another referendum.

I think it's taking the piss out of democracy to try and say the majority wasn't enough, we shouldn't at anyway.

Democracy is more important than staying in the EU for me.

GingerCuddleMonsterThe2nd Fri 24-Jun-16 14:33:14

No, I was happy with my vote choice

mrsfuzzy Fri 24-Jun-16 14:39:48

still out, why would change ?

Lasvegas Fri 24-Jun-16 14:41:51

Voted out - by post so several weeks ago - and still happy with my choice

howtorebuild Fri 24-Jun-16 14:47:43

I would still vote out.

TheManaha Fri 24-Jun-16 14:59:29

Why another thread?
Would you go back in time and stop being annoying by posting yet another thread on this?

EveOnline2016 Fri 24-Jun-16 15:00:23

I would still vote out.

Hope Italy France and Netherlands follow suit.

WreckingBallsInsideMyHead Fri 24-Jun-16 15:06:10

Voted remain and still think it was the right choice

RortyCrankle Fri 24-Jun-16 15:58:47

Voted Out and really happy with the result.

kslatts Fri 24-Jun-16 16:05:16

I voted leave and wouldn't change my vote.

I was surprised, but very happy with the result this morning.

Olddear Fri 24-Jun-16 16:12:14


Ilovewillow Fri 24-Jun-16 16:14:20

No I stand by my remain vote!

TinklyLittleLaugh Fri 24-Jun-16 16:18:03

To say you would change your vote is to --admit you are a bit thick--acknowledge you voted without fully considering the implications. No one is going to admit to that are they?

buffythemuffinslayer Fri 24-Jun-16 17:01:20

A lady was interviewed by Channel 4 (I think), saying she (and her immediate family) would change their vote. I think it was a brave thing to do publically, exposing that she hadn't really understood the consequences.

I voted remain, and wouldn't change the vote. I also think that when it's 48% to 52% you don't have a true majority - you have an argument. But I'm stubborn...

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