As fewer than 1/3 of the UK voted to Leave, there’s over 40m people who are not in favour of it.
Predictions post Brexit — for posterity
Tobias Stone

This is rather a logical fallacy, since obviously those opposed to leaving were an even smaller factor. We cannot just assume what the silent third support or believe. Many of them may have believed that they did not know enough, and chose to go with the majority who felt more strongly (which would be the Leave camp in this instance).

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