I've just watched the Panorama program - Why we voted to leave, I really hope the people chosen to represent the case were not typical.
There was an unemployed father of 6, with a horse in his garden, who lost his job because East Europeans would do it for half the price, without any consideration that this was more about exploitative employers. The jobs he could get didn't pay enough to support his family, again no discussion on the Tory cuts to Tax Credits or the lack of opportunity to increase his skill set.
There was another bloke who couldn't get a council house because they all went to the immigrants, without any mention that most council houses were sold off in the great Tory giveaway.
There was a business man, a Cambridge graduate of history no less, who objected to all the EU red tape, the best example of which he could think of was that he'd been asked to estimate how much waste packaging his company produced.
There was a disabled young care worker who was so pleased that she'd had a say and that for the first time her vote had counted for something, yet she'd never voted before.
A retired gas worker, who thinks the empty West Midlands factories will reopen now we've taken our country back.
If you think I've missed something out or misrepresented this, have a look for yourself;http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07k7m4x