Britain Unherd has published results of its poll (using data which is mapped into smaller geographical areas) suggesting many areas of Britain now feel Britain was wrong to leave the EU.
North Cornwall is way down the list of ‘bregretfuls’ but still with a majority regretting leaving.
The poll question was: Britain was wrong to leave the EU, agree or disagree?
North Cornwall results (MP Scott Mann, and where 60% voted to leave the EU) were:
Strongly agree 31% compared to 37% nationally
Mildly agree 15% compared to 17%
Neither 18%, same as nationally
Mildly disagree 10% compared to 9% nationally
Strongly disagree 28% compared to a national figure of 19%
This is 46% in agreement with the statement to 38% disagreeing overall (the rest are in the neither category).
Figures are quite different in Truro and Falmouth areas of Cornwall, where 57% agree overall that Britain was wrong to leave the EU, but only 28% disagree (the rest are in the neither category).
In neighbouring Torridge and West Devon (MP Geoffrey Cox) 57% voted to leave the EU, but now asked the question Britain was wrong to leave the EU, agree or disagree?:
Strongly agree 32%
Mildly agree 14%
Mildly disagree 9% (same as national)
Strongly disagree/disagree 28% overall