Above is my annotated version of the latest YouGov summary chart showing the top line responses since the referendum when the the firm’s tracker question was asked.
The question is in exactly the same form every time and reads “In hindsight, do you think Britain was right or wrong to vote to leave the European Union?”
I’ve put a little green tick against those polls where more thought it was right than wrong and a red one alongside where more thought it was wrong.
Those polls where opinion was equally divided have been left unmarked.
What is very clear is that from referendum to Mrs. May calling the general election on April 14th only one poll had “wrong” ahead, three had it evenly split and the rest all had “right” ahead. In the eleven polls since the general election only two have green ticks the last one more than two months ago.
We now have a run of six polls with five showing “wrong” leads.
Overall this suggests that opinion might just be shifting though, of course, we need more polling.