52% to 48% isn’t enough of a majority;

  1. 1,269,501 votes difference is more than May’s 2017 GE victory and Blair’s 2005 win. To put into context;
    1. It would have taken fewer than 1000 people to vote differently in 2015 to stop Cameron winning a majority.
    2. Fewer than 20,000 people changing their votes would have returned a Lab/Lib/SNP/Grn coalition into government in 2015 rather than Cameron.
  2. It’s been calculated that on a Constituency basis, Leave have a 164 seat majority. That would be the third largest margin since the war and only just short of Blair’s 167 seats in 2001.
  3. This was NOT a small margin of victory in the context of previous elections.