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The Yorkshire Evening Post has launched a poll asking readers ‘How would you vote in a second EU referendum?’, with results to be announced in tomorrow’s edition.
In the last year’s referendum, the result in Leeds was one of the closest in the country, with 50.3% of voters choosing to stay in the EU.
While neighbouring Harrogate and York also backed Remain, in the Yorkshire & Humber region as a whole 57.7% backed leave, with areas such as Bradford and Wakefield voting for Brexit.
When the final votes were counted, 51.89% of those who took part in the referendum voted to leave the EU, with a turnout of 72.21%.