Will your finances be better or worse in two years, after Brexit?
It’s Article 50 week. On Wednesday 29 March the Prime Minister will trigger the start of the Brexit process.
If all runs as it should, in two years the UK will no longer be part of the European Union.
So forget the economy, let’s go personal, how do you feel your finances will be in two years' time compared to now?
|Much better off||594 votes (9%)|
|Better off||1258 votes (19%)|
|Slightly better off||998 votes (15%)|
|Roughly the same||2708 votes (40%)|
|Slightly worse off||697 votes (10%)|
|Worse off||352 votes (5%)|
|Much worse off||151 votes (2%)|
|Much better off||138 votes (1%)|
|Better off||242 votes (3%)|
|Slightly better off||235 votes (3%)|
|Roughly the same||1141 votes (12%)|
|Slightly worse off||1745 votes (19%)|
|Worse off||4015 votes (43%)|
|Much worse off||1742 votes (19%)|
|Much better off||27 votes (3%)|
|Better off||39 votes (5%)|
|Slightly better off||45 votes (6%)|
|Roughly the same||165 votes (21%)|
|Slightly worse off||128 votes (16%)|
|Worse off||232 votes (29%)|
|Much worse off||165 votes (21%)|
16,817 votes received.
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