Majority think Brexit will be worse than expected - Sky poll

By Harry Carr, head of Sky Data
With six months to go until Brexit, the majority of Britons - and the largest part of Leave voters - think Brexit will have a worse outcome than they expected when they voted in the EU referendum, a Sky Data poll reveals.
Some 56% of Britons think the outcome of Brexit will be worse than they thought when voting, against 26% who think it will be as bad as expected, and 9% who think it will be better.

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Among people who voted Leave in 2016, 43% think Brexit will not be as good as they believed at the time of the referendum, with 34% saying it will be as expected and 15% thinking it will be better.:: 'We're sticking to our guns': Six months to BrexitMost people also think Brexit negotiations have taken longer than they thought (69% overall, 76% of Leavers), and have been more difficult than expected (54% overall, 61% of Leavers).

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Sky Data has also been asking a set of questions about Brexit since November 2016, in order to track views on the issue.:: 78% think the government is doing a bad job on Brexit:: Most Britons disapprove of Chequers Brexit deal
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