ppauper wrote:Cuchulainn wrote:
then it's just as well that they held the one poll that counts when they did
However, the poll’s author caveated the findings by saying the interview panel was skewed towards remain and some of those who changed their minds did not take part in the original Brexitreferendum.
Paul wrote:If there were to be a second referendum then the Leavers would (let’s just say “should”) destroy the Remoaners in the run-up debates. Leavers have all the Remoaner lies, the Remoaner attempts to derail negotiations, etc. to call on now. Eg there is no single word that has come out of Nick Clegg’s mouth that has turned out to be true. (“There will be no EU army”!)
ppauper wrote:if you're a remainer, you want another poll, and you think that the way to get that is to create the impression that people who voted leave are changing their minds en masse.
So you tell a pollster that you voted leave in the referendum but would vote remain now
rmax wrote:... it would cause a fundamental split in the population which would be extremely destabilizing.