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I feel like there's a hanging "so what" with this chart. It'd be much more interesting if we could correlate something (either your metric or simply the % who feel strongly) to:
- % who think Britain should stay
- years of membership in the EU
- extent of trade with Britain
- size of country
- attitudes to Britain
- etc.

to address some of the explanations hinted at in the body of the article.

And, a complete aside, I quite like the way the original chart handles the overlapping dot for Greece.


OK.But the older one with more info and most people will not ask how is the number calculated.

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