The Brexit referendum, though not legally binding, threatens a global fallout in Britain, EU and later across the globe. Here are 7 really amazing visuals around Brexit that throw some interesting insights. This BBC article explains all you need to know about the referendum.

1. Vote remain share of UK regions plotted against government investment since 2009

Source: Public expenditure statistical analyses 2015, Census 2011, The Telegraph

Vote share versus Government expenditure

2. The demographies that drove Brexit

Source: Financial Times

Demographies that drove brexit

 

3. Britain’s Exports: What are they and where do they go?

Source: Independent, Statista

Britain's Exports - What are they and where do they go

4. Potential post Brexit scenarios

Source: Council on Foreign Relations, The Economist, UK Government

Potential post brexit scenarios

 

5. Countries ranked according to likely impact of Britain leaving the European Union

Source: Snappa, Global Counsel, BT

Post brexit - which EU countries could be more at risk?

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6. Who do Brits trust on issues relating to the referendum on EU membership?

Source: Ipsos Mori, Independent, Statista, Indy100

Who do Brits trust on issues relating to the referendum on EU membership

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7. Comparison of results – Europe referendum 1975 v 2016

Source: British electoral facts 1885 – 1975, BBC

Comparison of results - Europe referendum 1975 v 2016

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7 insightful visualizations about Brexit that might explain its cause and effect

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