Brexit was not the voice of the working class nor of the uneducated – it was of the squeezed middle

Lorenza Antonucci, Laszlo Horvath, and André Krouwel challenge the popular view of Leave voters as those left behind educationally and financially. They explain why it is individuals from an intermediate class, whose financial position has been declining, that represent an important section of the Brexit vote. Over the past year or so, Brexit has been interpreted as the symbol of a historical … Continue reading Brexit was not the voice of the working class nor of the uneducated – it was of the squeezed middle