How do you feel Brexit will affect your personal finances?MoneySaving Poll Results

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The UK is set to leave the European Union on 29 March (see our Brexit help guide). So we wanted to test your sentiment about Brexit and its effect on your pocket, rather than the general economy.

Of course exactly how we'll leave (or possibly even if) is still a matter of much debate, so this is more a gut reaction to leaving based on what we know than an examination of the specifics.

So how do you FEEL your finances will be affected which of these is closest to you view?

Results

I voted leave (3171 votes)
I'll be far better off284 votes (9%)
I'll be a little better off251 votes (8%)
I'll be roughly the same1368 votes (43%)
I'll be a little worse off498 votes (16%)
I'll be far worse off155 votes (5%)
Not a clue it's anyone's guess615 votes (19%)
I voted remain (5147 votes)
I'll be far better off114 votes (2%)
I'll be a little better off60 votes (1%)
I'll be roughly the same368 votes (7%)
I'll be a little worse off1392 votes (27%)
I'll be far worse off2401 votes (47%)
Not a clue it's anyone's guess812 votes (16%)
I chose not to vote (231 votes)
I'll be far better off6 votes (3%)
I'll be a little better off3 votes (1%)
I'll be roughly the same44 votes (19%)
I'll be a little worse off54 votes (23%)
I'll be far worse off53 votes (23%)
Not a clue it's anyone's guess71 votes (31%)
I wasn't eligible to vote (288 votes)
I'll be far better off8 votes (3%)
I'll be a little better off9 votes (3%)
I'll be roughly the same17 votes (6%)
I'll be a little worse off48 votes (17%)
I'll be far worse off136 votes (47%)
Not a clue it's anyone's guess70 votes (24%)

                   8,837 votes received.

We try to use technology to limit voting to one per person. Occasionally, this may erroneously block a few people's votes (eg, from shared offices). Apologies for that.