If we could all go back in time 36 hours

(13 Posts)
StealthPolarBear Fri 24-Jun-16 17:13:08

Knowing what we know now do you think things would be different?

StealthPolarBear Fri 24-Jun-16 17:16:37

I do get the impression there are people who voted to leave just so they could say "well I never voted to remain" but never thought this would happen.

RortyCrankle Fri 24-Jun-16 17:16:46

Nope - I would still vote Out.

WordGetsAround Fri 24-Jun-16 17:17:36

I would absolutely definitely vote Out. But I might put money on it this time.

AnchorDownDeepBreath Fri 24-Jun-16 17:19:15

No. There have been quite a few "would you change your vote" polls carried out today and they unanimously decide that the result would be the same and nobody has any of the "voters regret" that some are expecting.

chantico Fri 24-Jun-16 17:20:31

No, why would they be?

Manyshadesofblack Fri 24-Jun-16 17:20:49

no I would still vote out.

StealthPolarBear Fri 24-Jun-16 17:21:02

I doubt people want to admit (even to themselevs) that they made the wrong choice.
probably wishful thinking on my part.

ItsAllGoingToBeFine Fri 24-Jun-16 17:25:41

www.itv.com/news/update/2016-06-24/leave-voter-disappointed-and-wishes-to-vote-remain/

HellsBellsnBucketsofBlood Fri 24-Jun-16 17:29:45

I'd vote as I did. But I'd change my savings into Euros first. Then have then swapped back when the pound crashed...

RoseDeGambrinus Fri 24-Jun-16 17:31:44

theweek.com/speedreads/632139/some-brexit-supporters-now-say-already-regret-voting-leave-eu

NoFuchsGiven Fri 24-Jun-16 17:34:01

I would still vote out and just to be sure I would make my lazy arse 19 yo (who didn't vote) vote out too.

situatedknowledge Fri 24-Jun-16 17:35:52

It would be good to be in a situation where Gove and Boris had to respond to Farage admitting that the numbers were a fabrication.

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