Some 62 percent of Brits described Brexit as "more of a failure," while just 9 percent consider it 'more of a success,' according to a new survey. The survey by YouGov showed that an overwhelming majority of Remain voters (89 percent) perceive Brexit as a failure. However, among Leave voters, opinions are divided: 37 percent also regard it as more of a failure, while 35 percent consider it neither a failure nor a success. Only 20 percent of Leave voters currently view Brexit as predominantly a success. The majority of Leave voters expressed their belief that Brexit has been a failure thus far, predominantly attributing the outcome to the Conservative Party. Approximately 75 percent of them contend that "Brexit had the potential to be a success but the implementation of it by this and/or previous governments made it a fail." However, most of the Brits who perceive Brexit as a failure hold the belief that its failure was 'inevitable' from the very beginning. Around 56 percent of them assert that "Brexit was always going to be a failure, and there was nothing any government could do to make it a success." This includes 77 percent of Remain voters who consider Brexit to be more of a failure.
Source: Philippines News Agency