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Leading areas that voted to leave in the Brexit referendum 2016

Leading ten areas that voted to leave in Britain's referendum on European Union membership in 2016, by proportion of leave voters

by Daniel Clark, last edited Sep 14, 2018
Leading areas that voted to leave in the Brexit referendum 2016 This statistic shows the leading ten areas that voted to leave in the Brexit referendum on 23 June, 2016, by proportion of leave votes. The town of Boston, located in Lincolnshire had the highest proportion of leave voters in the referendum with over 75 percent of the population voting to leave the European Union. The vast majority of the areas in this statistic are located within either East England or the East Midlands.
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Leading ten areas that voted to leave in Britain's referendum on European Union membership in 2016, by proportion of leave voters

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