Norwich voted 56 per cent to stay in the UK

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56 per cent of Norwich voted to Remain in the recent EU referendum, despite the popular vote going to Leave. 

The popular vote was 52-48 to Leave, but Norwich recorded a sizeable pro-EU majority. Fifty-six per cent of Norwich voted to Remain in the EU, with just forty-three per cent voting to leave it.

Norwich followed other major liberal cities and student centres by voting Remain, such as Oxford, Edinburgh and Brighton, albeit by a smaller margin. The most pro-EU place in the entire country wasn’t actually in the country, with 95 per cent of Gibraltar voting to Remain in the EU.


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