The establishment and mainstream media continue to bombard us with Project Fear on a daily basis hoping to swing the mood of the country towards Remaining in the EU.
While the Remain campaigners keep on about the democratic need for another EU referendum, while completely and undemocratically ignoring the first one because it didn't fit their EU Superstate aims.
But what do the voters really think? Have they been taken in by Project Fear? Has there been a significant swing towards Remain?
Now, what follows will not come as good news for a Tory government intent on getting Brextension after Brextension. But it will explain the anger across the country and especially within the Tory party support base itself.
YouGov conducted a poll to find out if 2016 EU referendum voters had changed their minds and would switch their votes as a result.
The poll shows that, in the main people are happy with the way they voted although there has been a slight move towards the remain vote. But would that be enough to swing the balance in favour of the pro-EU side?
Looking at the figures, in the final analysis, 7% of Leave respondents said that they had changed their minds and would now vote to Remain, while 4% of Remain voters said they would now vote to Leave.
That translates into a swing towards Remain, but is it enough?