Is there any Brexit regret in your village or town? See the breakdown of our poll results

Polling station at Stokesby Community Centre
Picture: James Bass

Polling station at Stokesby Community Centre Picture: James Bass - Credit: Eastern Daily Press � 2011

Clacton and Thetford have the highest proportion of leave voters, according to our major new poll.

Our reporters spoke to 1,172 people in Norfolk, Suffolk, north Essex and east Cambridgeshire, with 56pc currently telling us they vote to leave.

While 3pc of those who voted to leave the European Union on June 23 now want to remain, 1.8pc who voted to remain on June 23 said they would now vote to leave.

But our poll showed differences of opinion in villages, town and city centres across the country.

Every district in Suffolk and Essex voted to leave the European Union last year. In Norfolk, Norwich was the only area which had a majority of voters who wanted to remain in the political union.


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Our poll, which was conducted by reporters who spoke to 1,172 people face-to-face in villages, towns and city centres across the region, still found that people in Norwich would be more likely to vote for remain again.

Felixstowe was the only place where people showed significant signs of regret with 12 out of the 51 people who we spoke to in the town saying they would switch from leave to remain.

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