Brexit votes in the United Kingdom by gender 2016

Share of votes in the Brexit referendum of 2016 in the United Kingdom, by gender

by Statista Research Department, last edited Sep 5, 2016
Brexit votes in the United Kingdom by gender 2016 This statistic shows the way in which citizens of the United Kingdom (UK) voted in the EU Referendum, by gender. 45 percent of males aged 18 to 24 years voted for the UK to remain within the EU, whereas 55 percent of males voted in favor of a “Brexit”. Further information regarding the UK's referendum on EU membership is available, including data on: the result of UK referendum, number of votes cast, regional number of votes, voting intention by age, EU referendum voting intention in the United Kingdom in 2016, by age group, number of ballot papers , number of rejected ballot papers , and innitial voter remorse, by age.
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Share of votes in the Brexit referendum of 2016 in the United Kingdom, by gender

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