Building on this, it became clear that you perceive a rise in the cost of living (46%) as the biggest potential disadvantage – or negative impact – that the next generation will experience as a result of Brexit. Interestingly, this was followed by anticipated difficulties in travelling to, or working in the EU (38%).
When it came to naming any positive impacts of Brexit, however, almost three in 10 (29%) of you couldn’t do so – stating that you felt there would be none.
Just a small proportion of you disagree with this sentiment – in fact, almost a fifth (19%) of you thought there would be more opportunity for employment, whilst a further 17% of you felt that it could lead to reduced pressure on public services. Also highlighted as an area to watch, 14% of you anticipated that it would improve national security.