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Brexit: Survey results

The Equality Trust works to improve the quality of life in the UK by reducing income inequality.


 Because more equal societies work better for everyone

BREXIT SURVEY Results (July 2016)

Dear ,

We had a very large and impassioned response to our recent supporter survey on Brexit. As promised, we wanted to share the results with you.

The key findings were that 72% of you thought Brexit would be a 'bad thing' but a significant 16% thought it would have mixed effects. Nearly 7% thought it would be a 'good thing' and 5% thought it was too early to tell. 

On the question of tackling inequality, nearly 77% thought it would make our job harder, 16% thought it would not make much difference and 7% thought it would make it easier.

The comments we received on the other questions were wide and varied but certain themes could be detected. As to why the Leave campaign won, people cited negative factors ranging from fear, lies and distortion through to positive factors like clearer and more effective messaging (even if the content was suspect). Also mentioned were racism and xenophobia whipped up around immigration as well as the appeal of nostalgia - and many people mentioned the poor campaign run by Remain which people felt was overly focused on economic factors. The roles of politicians (across parties) and the media were widely criticised. 

On the question of why Brexit would make tackling inequality harder, concern centred around workers rights and possible increased support for austerity policies. However, some thought that it might be easier, in future, to elect governments opposed to austerity.

The advice to The Equality Trust was pretty much to "keep calm and carry on" with producing evidence, lobbying politicians and campaigning amongst the public - especially as inequality is now revealed, perhaps more starkly than ever before, as the major fault line in our country.

Please be assured, we will take all your views into account as we move forward with our work. We are already fully engaged with politicians across the spectrum to make sure that their recent warm words on inequality are turned into action.

rrespective of the result, and however you voted, it is clear that significant action can be taken to reduce inequality. Inequality is not inevitable. It is a consequence of the choices we - and those we elect - make. If we want a more equal society, we can achieve it. Thank you for your continued support.


Bill Kerry
Supporters and Local Groups Manager
The Equality Trust
PS: in these turbulent times, now more than ever, we need your donations to give us the extra resources to make an even stronger case for reducing inequality. If you contributed to our recent fundraising appeal, thank you very much. If you have not yet had chance to do so, you can do so in the following ways:
By Text                - for example, if you want to donate £20 just text EQUA16 £20 to 70070 
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