Only 10% of Britons believe that Brexit was positive for their economy

63% believe this has had a detrimental impact on the cost of living

Madrid, December 30 (European Press) –

Only one in ten Britons see the UK's exit from the European Union as positive for their personal economy, a perception that extends to key issues such as the country's overall economy, controlling immigration or inflation, according to a survey. 49 per cent thought Genera was harmful to the UK, and 22 per cent thought it was positive.

The study published by the Observer newspaper highlights that 35% of Britons believe that Britain’s exit from the European Union has had a negative impact on their personal financial resources. 55% believed this was negative for the country's economy in general (12% believed it was positive) and 48% believed it was negative for the public health system (9% believed it was positive).

The Opinium study, in which more than 2,000 interviews were conducted, also highlights that 31% believe Brexit has been negative for the environment (12% think it has been good) and 40% consider it bad for salaries (11% think it has been positive). .

52% thought this was negative for the UK's ability to control immigration, one of the prominent arguments in the Brexit campaign, and 63% thought this was harmful to the cost of living (7% thought it was positive). .

The Brexit campaign emphasized that it would be a shock to the economy and trade and would allow £350,000 a week to be recovered for the National Health System (NHS). They also promised to restore control over immigration and borders.

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James Crouch, head of policy and public affairs at Opinium, explained in reference to immigration, “Dissatisfaction with the way the government has handled Brexit remains with notable failures even in areas that were previously seen as helpful.”

He pointed out, “This puts more pressure on the government on this matter. Despite everything, Brexit is likely to be a secondary issue in the upcoming elections compared to the state of the economy and the National Health Service, which is a clear priority for voters.”

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