Yes, but it is also true that some of these voting majorities are now changing their minds. And this is likely to have significant weight in the outcome.
I'm just saying that public opinion has weight. It will not be the first time that the results do not reflect the real will of the UK people
There cannot nor will not be another EU referendum. I did not vote out because of immigration. I voted out because of the endless stream of useless,toothless laws and remits from the EU. Why does the European Parliament which every taxpayer in Europe funds have to move from Brussels to Strasbourg and then back again with countless empty properties when refugees from wartorn countries are in need of shelter and support ?The billions squandered in this act alone could have helped our fellow human beings.
The bureaucrats do not make things any better. The EU is only good for the rich and powerful corporations it does nothing for the local confissiere, boutique, and small business owner except put exhaustive laws on the statutes of non willing governments.
I also know that there are other reasons for the result that came about with Brexit.
Had the result been to remain then that is what I would accept as the will of the majority and I definetly would not be calling for a rerun.