Exclusive: Few people in Norwich have changed their minds about Brexit

Norwich market Picture: Nick Butcher

Norwich market Picture: Nick Butcher - Credit: Nick Butcher

Norwich would still 'do different' to the rest of Norfolk in another EU poll, our survey shows.

While our survey shows very few people across Norfolk, Suffolk, north Essex and east Cambridgeshire had changed their minds and there is still a majority which would back a vote to leave, in the city more people still want to remain in the European Union.

Of those we spoke to 27pc said they would vote to leave, 51pc would remain while 22pc would not vote.

Stripping out the non-voters 66pc said they would vote to remain, while 34pc said they would back a vote to leave. Of the 99 people who took part in our survey, two said they had switched from leave to remain, while one person had voted to remain and would now vote to leave the European Union.

Elaine Dawson, 44, of Earlham Road, said the referendum results had shocked her.


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As an administrator of the Associate Deans in the science faculty of the University of East Anglia she said they worried that they could lose their jobs. 'It effects our recruitment of staff and students from the EU. It effects the science grant we receive from the EU.' She said the deal needed to unite and heal the divisions the referendum had caused.

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