Still no decent reason for leaving. XxI do you have one ?
I guess it depends on how you define "decent". People make decisions for a whole load of different reasons, reasons that make sense to them. I don't feel the need to slag off anyone that has a different opinion to me, unlike some on this thread.
Screamy -- No worries... Not able to get Sky News personally... It's not so much that I'm doubting what you say you saw... It's just that the votes that went in to each ballot box are (let's assume) indisputable... But, if we aspire to deal in facts, I don't get where the rest of the breakdown comes from.
Ok, look XX1, only know why you you don't like what I am telling you.
The first place I saw this was on Sky at about 6 this morning where the three demographics were discussed as an entity. If I had known you were going to grill me about it this evening who knows, I might have taken a video but there you are.
Maybe you do'n't like it, I don't like it much either but disputing the type person who was more likely to vote to leave isn't going to make any difference.
As you say, time to move on.
You suggest I don't like it... Not the point... Where's the link? I'd be happy to go look at it
The onus is't on me XX1 I am quoting you stats from Sky news and the Guardian!
Don't shoot the messenger go and read what I read
i mean you might not like it but I am not making this up.
You made the statement so the onus is on you. I'm not arguing against you, provide the link and I'll be happy to look at it. I've seen plenty of graphs showing a breakdown by age group - not seen any showing the age group / dwelling city/town/rural / education split.
Not that any of this matters that much anyway... The Leavers won... Time to move on.