RESIDENTS of Wales, who voted 52.5 to 47.5 for Leave in last month’s EU referendum, appear to be changing their mind.
A new YouGov/Cardiff University poll in Wales shows that Wales would vote to Remain 53 to 47 were the referendum to be held today.
This result echoes many reports from the post-Brexit UK.
Following the June 23 vote, an Opinium poll claimed that 7% of those who voted Leave would change their mind, as opposed to 3% of those who voted Remain.
To keep the polls in perspective, however, it is important to remind ourselves that the polls leading up to the referendum suggested a Remain result.
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