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Joe Earle, Cahal Moran, and Zach Ward-Perkins

during the referendum, it is clear that economic issues were an important part of the debate. Social class and location were key determinants of how one voted, with Leave voters much more likely to have lower incomes and come from poorer areas.65 What is striking is how unlikely most of those people are to use the language of economics to describe their views. When people lack control over their economic circumstances and the public language or spaces to air their economic grievances, they will naturally be drawn towards arguments about sovereignty which promise to

in The econocracy