Project HOPE: One month after Brexit, 71% of Brits are ‘HOPEFUL and POSITIVE’

IGNORE the doom-mongers – one month after Britain sent a decisive message to Europe by voting to leave the European Union (EU), a huge majority of people in the country say they now feel “hopeful and positive”.



A huge majority of British people are feeling positive one month after Brexit

More than 50,000 people took an exclusive poll by last week which asked: “One month on from the EU referendum, how do you feel?”The results were decisive, with 71 per cent of people saying they felt “hopeful and positive”, while just 19 per cent were “fearful and concerned” and ten per cent “uncertain”.

The overwhelmingly optimistic response comes as Britain’s economy continues to grow, as well as the prospect of great border controls against a backdrop of terror attacks across Europe.

Yesterday, official figures showed the country’s GDP had grown by 0.6% in the second quarter of the year – highlighting the unnecessary warnings repeatedly issued by the Remain side as part of its Project Fear campaign in the lead-up to the in-out vote.The FTSE 250, a good indicator for the strength of the country’s economy, has also soared in recent weeks and today climbed even higher than it was on the day of the referendum.


The 52 to 48 per cent Leave victory has led to a booming economy in Britain

On June 23, the index, which measures the 101st to 350th biggest companies on the London Stock Exchange, was at 17,333 points. In the two days after the shocking result it dropped to 14,967 points before rallying. Today, it opened at 17,345 points.The FTSE 100, while less volatile, has also boomed since the referendum and is now at its highest point in a year.


The FTSE 250 has reached its pre-referendum peak today

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