The majority of the electorate believe the 2016 Brexit referendum should never have been called according to a new poll.
The survey carried out by polling agency Opinium poll suggested as many as 57 per cent of those eligible to vote thought it would have been better not to have the vote.
Only 29 per cent of those polled believe it was right to hold the referendum.
Of those who said they voted to Remain, 87 per cent said the vote should never have taken place, with only 7 per cent saying it needed to happen.
On the Leave side, a total of 57 per cent said the referendum was needed, compared to 32 per cent who believe the opposite.