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# 136 : Wednesday 22-6-2016 @ 23:34
 
 
Im gonna stick my neck out and predict that Leave wins.
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# 137 : Thursday 23-6-2016 @ 00:05
 
 
Someone said :
Im gonna stick my neck out and predict that Leave wins.

Racist
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# 138 : Thursday 23-6-2016 @ 00:21
 
 
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# 139 : Thursday 23-6-2016 @ 05:46
 
 
Today's the day.
Looking forward to watching them bottle it.
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# 140 : Thursday 23-6-2016 @ 07:43
 
 
I'll stick my neck out and predict a 58/42 win for Remain.
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# 141 : Thursday 23-6-2016 @ 07:47
 
 
I'm guessing 54%/46% remain.
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# 142 : Thursday 23-6-2016 @ 11:34
 
 
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# 143 : Thursday 23-6-2016 @ 11:55
 
 
Someone said :
Im gonna stick my neck out and predict that Leave wins.

Every sign is saying remain.

So im going to stick my neck out and say leave by 53%.

Im relying on the fact that the uk doesnt usually do referendums so the polls havent had much practice, they got it really wrong last time, and the polls havent reached certain conservative and working class voters who usually dont vote. There are people out there who have been keeping their heads down in case of being labelled xenophobic or stupid. There were a lot of dont knows still.

I have a feeling theyll vote emotionally when they reach the ballot box.
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# 144 : Thursday 23-6-2016 @ 13:06
 
 
Called to visit Mum after voting.
After hearing that I had voted she said you better have vited to stay, that lot fed this family when we joined!!!
Bless her
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# 145 : Thursday 23-6-2016 @ 13:24
 
 
It will be about 60/40 to remain maybe even 65/35
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# 146 : Thursday 23-6-2016 @ 13:59
 
 
Someone said :

Im relying on the fact that the uk doesnt usually do referendums so the polls havent had much practice, they got it really wrong last time, and the polls havent reached certain conservative and working class voters who usually dont vote. There are people out there who have been keeping their heads down in case of being labelled xenophobic or stupid. There were a lot of dont knows still.

I have a feeling theyll vote emotionally when they reach the ballot box.

Sounds like a copy and paste from last years same sex marriage referendum thread. Postal votes haven't been included in the polls either.
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# 147 : Thursday 23-6-2016 @ 15:57
 
 
Someone said :

Sounds like a copy and paste from last years same sex marriage referendum thread. Postal votes haven't been included in the polls either.

The polls showed for a long time in the run up to that referendum, that it would be carried.

In this, if youve paid any attention, its much closer and swung to leave last week, then back.
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# 148 : Thursday 23-6-2016 @ 16:18
 
 
If I've paid any attention? Yes, I've followed it pretty closely since it was a Conservative party election promise. The Leave needed to build a strong momentum and at least get 10% ahead of Remain in the polls for Brexit to happen. It hasn't happened and thus Brexit isn't going to happen.
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# 149 : Thursday 23-6-2016 @ 18:38
 
 
Someone said :
It will be fascinating to see the final result - I wouldn't be so sure about a Stay win. The polls are very often wrong.

The poll of polls suggests a narrow remain

http://ig.ft.com/sites/brexit-polling/
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# 150 : Thursday 23-6-2016 @ 18:40
 
 
Someone said :

I've seen that sentiment online quite a bit from the Remain Side. Its unfortunate and unlikely to change minds.

If the UK public vote for Brexit its largely down to the working class feeling that the politicians have abandoned them, and they'd be right.

I do believe that not all leave supporters are racist but 100% of all racists are leave supporters. A lot of my UK friends are very upset at the increased daily racism this has bought about.
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