Does being a member of the EU make you angry, anxious, uneasy or hopeful?
The evidence put forward by Sofia Vasilopoulou and Markus Wagner shows that for many people, thinking about and debating Britain’s role in the European Union is beset with emotions. These are specifically emotions of unease and anxiety that lead to more information-seeking and more careful decision-making regarding one’s Brexit vote. Consequently, these voters are ones most likely to be swayed by either camp based on cost-benefit considerations.
Source: Cameron evokes varying emotions with the EU referendum – UK in a changing Europe