The majority of people in the UK think #brexit is wrong for the first time since the EU referendum, according to the latest Times/YouGov poll.
45% of voters agreed that, with hindsight, Britain was wrong to vote to leave the EU, while 43% said it was right and 12% did not know.
It is important to note this result is within the margin of error, so only time will tell if this is merely a statistical bump in the #brexit road, or a major tipping point in public opinion.
Here are the figures since August:
Latest YouGov BREXIT tracker finds more people saying vote to leave EU was wrong than those saying right. pic.twitter.com/Evta6HacMm
— Mike Smithson (@MSmithsonPB) April 26, 2017
Interestingly, 9% of UKIP voters said it was wrong for Britain to have voted leave:
9% of UKIP voters in latest YouGov poll say it was WRONG for Britain to have voted to leave the EU. See party splits pic.twitter.com/McAvXwdFsN
— Mike Smithson (@MSmithsonPB) April 27, 2017
Last week was the first time both sides drew level, at 44% each, since the referendum. ‘Don’t knows’ have held steady at 12%.