The poll suggests 57% leave to 43% stay. Hardly surprising in a county that elected a UKIP MP in 2014 and has them as the main opposition on the county council.
More interesting is the breakdown by constituency:
|Chatham and Aylesford||26%||57%||17%|
|Folkestone & Hythe||34%||49%||17%|
|Gillingham and Rainham||31%||48%||20%|
|Maidstone & the Weald||34%||41%||25%|
|Rochester & Strood||29%||54%||17%|
|Sittingbourne & Sheppey||19%||62%||19%|
|Tonbridge & Malling||50%||38%||12%|
The split between East and West Kent is not arbitary, it is along affluence and proximity to London. It suggests that the article by Lisa Mckensie in the Guardian yesterday which argued that the working classes are keen to 'stick it to the man' have a lot of weight.
I hope that simple frustration and anger is not going to see the country leave the EU but the paucity of debate suggests that rational decisions based on principles are struggling, especially here in Kent.