19th August 2016
The results of July’s poll are now in…
July’s online poll on the effect that Brexit might have on our customers’ personal finances reflected the split in opinions that the EU Referendum brought to the fore. The votes cast were very evenly spread across three of the four options – indicating that customers are not quite sure what to expect.
‘Very concerned’ was the most popular voting option but still secured less than a third of the vote at 32%, whilst the number of those saying they were ‘slightly concerned’ and ‘not particularly concerned’ were tied neck and neck at 28.5%.
The least popular option was ‘not at all concerned’ with 11% of the vote, suggesting most customers are, at least, a little cautious – but just under 40% of respondents were either ‘not at all concerned’ or ‘not particularly concerned’.
The split here may not have been as close to 50/50 as the referendum was – but there remains a deep divide between those who believe the decision to leave will harm the economy and those who don’t share those concerns.
|How concerned are you about the possible impact that leaving the European Union might have on your finances?||Results|
|Not particularly concerned||28.5%|
|Not at all concerned||11%|