A decisive result with indecisive consequences

Rose, Richard (2016) A decisive result with indecisive consequences. The UK in a Changing Europe.

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Abstract

The referendum result was doubly decisive. The net effect of a raucous and sometimes rancorous campaign turned people out to vote rather than turning them off. Given a chance to cast a ballot in which every vote counted equally, the turnout was 72.2 percent, higher than at any general election since 1992.