Ex-UKIP leader Nigel Farage and chief 'Leaver' said this week that he's "reaching the point of thinking that we should have a second referendum on EU membership", clarifying that he thinks it will finally silence the dissenting voices coming from the Remain camp. But a ComRes survey
has revealed that, at least from Farage's perspective, this may not be such a good idea. While the majority said they don't want a second vote, if it were to come to that, 55 percent said they would vote 'remain' in what would be a turnaround of the original
52% to 48% result in June 2016.