Young Britons are still furious about the nation's decision to leave the EU, a shocking study has claimed, reports Express.co.uk.
The report claims many young UK citizens between the ages of 18 and 30 are "angry and emotional" about the results of the referendum. And more than two-thirds of participants in the Ipsos Mori poll said they had an "international outlook" while just a quarter said they were unable to experience any form of international engagement.
But the report found poorer young Britons were much less likely to be in favor of globalization or have a pro-international outlook.
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