The same research found 57% of remain voters in Wales think protests in which members of the public are badly injured are a "price worth paying" to stop Brexit and remain in the EU.So its on both sides , though the number in the Leave camp are far higher
What generally worries me is that there seems no way ought , Stopping Brexit, would only see very angry leave voters , who seem intent of driving of the cliff with a no seal , and it seems that we have passed the time when any compromise over a single market and or freedom of movement would be acceptable to Boris's last ditchers.
The research, asking what people would be willing to see happen to get their way on Brexit, has been carried out by YouGov and Cardiff University and the University of Edinburgh and is broken down between England, Wales and Scotland.
The research found majorities in England, Scotland and Wales think that violence towards MPs and violent protests in which people are badly injured is ‘likely to occur’ if Brexit takes place.
'It's hard not to be genuinely shocked'
Professor Richard Wyn Jones, co-director of the Future of England Survey and director of Cardiff University’s Wales Governance Centre, said: "It’s not often that one finds oneself shaken by research findings, but in this case it’s hard to not be genuinely shocked - not only by the fact that so many think that violence is a likely consequence of Brexit, but that so many on either side of the Brexit divide seem to think that such events might be ‘worth it’ in order to secure their preferred outcome.
"Given that we appear to be on the brink of another general election in which further polarisation could be a deliberate campaign strategy for some parties, these findings should give all of us pause for thought and underline the importance of responsible and measured debate."
Half of all those polled in Wales (47%), more than half in England (52%) and almost two thirds in Scotland (61%) think that Brexit is likely to lead to the break-up of the UK.
Remain voters are particularly likely to believe that Brexit will lead to the breakup of the UK (around three quarters in Scotland, England and Wales believe this) but similar proportions of Leave voters believe staying in the EU will undermine faith in the union.
Majorities on both sides of the Brexit divide are willing to see substantial change to the union to get their own way on Brexit.
Among Leave voters, 74% in England, 74% in Wales and 59% in Scotland believe the breakup of the UK would be worth it to "take back control" via Brexit.
Staying in the EU will likely decrease faith in the union. Brexit could well change its borders."Individuals might profess an attachment to the union, but Brexit has revealed most in Britain to be ambivalent unionists who now see it as expendable to get their own way on Brexit.
"Because this holds for both Leave and Remain voters, it confirms just how much the Brexit debate has polarised the electorates in Britain. These findings show that polarisation is reshaping how we argue with one another, and what we argue about, but could reshape the union as well."
The sample, carried out between September 27 and October 1, was of 1,503 people for Wales.
The only solution is to end not the European Union , but the UK one and Scotland can stay in or rejoin the EU. Northern Ireland reunite with the South and England live in a dreamworld of Empire 2.0.
But what of Wales who voted leave .
Can it follow Scotland or be absorbed into England ?
We have very little time to decide.