I hope they are kidding too. Well, there are no statistics about who exactly searched it on Google.Then again have you seen the man who voted Leave because he thought Remain would win.
I voted to remain. I was shocked this morning, and quite disappointed. I knew it was a possibility that Leave would win. As some people have mentioned, both campaigns have been quite shambles and misinformation has been flying around. The biggest issues raised in the referendum were immigration and sovereignty and the campaign appealed to a majority of people's nationalism. But I know not everyone voted Leave for those reasons. But surely it was a lot of them.
Nearly everyone I know voted Remain so my social media feed has been quite sad. Besides the plummeting market in the news I haven't felt any effects close to me yet... But who knows what will happen next? (Not Nigel Farage. To be fair this is unprecedented so of course no one knows what will happen.) But yes it irks me that in all this campaigning, nobody came up with some plans about what to do in the event of an exit! Well ok they are beginning negotiations now.
Though I voted Remain I was still uncertain because I admit I know little about EU. Maybe some good will come out of Leaving, but I didn't know so I voted Remain to be safe. What I am worried about now is how divided the UK has become, and how people are angry at the results and still shouting at each other (on social media). People are hating each other, looking down on the "stupid". Or this pollis giving rise to Young vs Old! I really don't want to blame anyone, this is the fault of majority rule.