After months of fierce campaigning, it seems the British public is struggling to take Brexit seriously…
As politicians and economists declare their bizarre reasons for how they're voting on 23 June, a new study has suggested almost one third of us think the outcome of this year's European Championships is more important than the EU referendum.
Despite this, The majority of footie fans could do without the Euro cup next time round. Research from Sporting Index found 41 per cent of UK football fans are planning to vote to leave the European Union on 23 June, the day after the European Championships group stages finish in France.
It's a close call, though. Just 40 per cent are planning to vote Remain, with 16 per cent saying they have yet to make up their minds.
England, Wales and Northern Ireland’s fortunes in France could be the deciding factor for many: 32 per cent of football fans said the outcome of Euro 2016 is more important than the vote on 23 June.
Chelsea, West Ham and Millwall fans may be some of the worst in the country for fighting, but they've found something in common: London was found to have the highest support among football fans for a vote to remain in the EU, with 51 per cent backing the status quo.
The survey suggested the Inners will make a comeback in the final stages, with a last-minute win for Remain, with the In camp predicted to get 54 per cent of the vote share.
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Ed Fulton, political spokesman for Sporting Index, said: "For the first time, British football fans have voiced their opinion on Brexit and they are backing Brexit– just."
"Football supporters have always been a passionate, opinionated bunch but it’s still surprising that a third of fans care more about the European Championships than the outcome of the vote on 23 June."
"Our politics traders see Remain prevailing with 54.5 per cent of the vote, but those in the Remain camp must be hoping Roy Hodgson’s England don’t crash out of the tournament before the referendum on EU membership takes place."