Britons are increasingly regretting Brexit, with only 31 percent considering it the right decision to leave the EU, according to a new poll.
The YouGov survey reveals that about 62 percent of people describe Brexit as a predominantly wrong move.
The polling agency has announced that "Bregret" (regret over Brexit) has reached new levels, as it is the lowest percentage to date who believe that leaving the European Union in 2016 was the correct decision.
Nearly twice as many, 56 percent, say it was a wrong move.
The number of respondents who voted for Brexit and now think it was a mistake has risen to the highest level yet, at 22 percent.
These figures confirm that many people agree with Nigel Farage, the former leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) and the Brexit Party, who stated last week that Britain's exit from the EU has proven to be a mistake.
Even among those who voted to leave, 37 percent say that Brexit is more of a negative than a positive thing. The majority of them, along with Farage, point the finger at the Conservative Party, with 75 percent believing that "Brexit had the potential to be a success, but due to the poor implementation by this and/or previous governments, it has proven to be a failure."
Farage, a former advocate of Euroscepticism who has ventured into television, has accused the Conservative government of poorly handling Brexit after the UK left the Union in 2020.
About 72 percent of Britons say that the government is handling Brexit poorly, including 63 percent of those who voted to leave the EU, as revealed by the survey.