1. What does it mean to leave the EU？
2. What is the EU？
3. Which countries are in the EU？
4. What will happen now we've left the EU？
5. How many countries are in the EU？
I’m a bit shocked to be honest. I’m shocked that we voted for Leave, I didn’t think that was going to happen.
I didn’t think my vote was going to matter too much because I thought we were just going to remain.
This morning the reality is actually hitting in and the regrets are filling in that we have actually left the EU.
[We’re] very disappointed. The whole family this morning, even though the majority of us voted to leave, we are actually regretting it today.
— Piers Morgan
I do feel a bit sick. We’re being conned and we need another referendum.
I feel horrible. I didn't realize so many people my age thought it was a bad idea. I thought change would be fun. Now the pound is dropping I really regret it.
I hesitated for about a minute at the polling station and wasn't sure at all on what to vote. My friend voted remain so I just thought they'll counteract.
I think I kinda regret my vote. I had no real reason to pick what I did！！
I personally voted leave believing these lies and I regret it more than anything. I feel genuinely robbed of my vote.
Really, really want to know the % of leave voters who regret it today, and those who thought it was a protest vote that wouldn’t ever happen.
With leave voters in Manchester for BBC News---most told us they woke up thinking "what have I done？" and didn't actually expect the UK to leave.
Many people who voted leave saw this as a protest vote. And it wasn't, I'm afraid. It was a decision vote.
How can you possibly treat such an important vote so flippantly as to regret it just hours later？
— Kate McCann
People who voted to leave, and now “regret it” because they “didn’t think it would happen”, should have their rights to ever vote revoked...
— Owen Davies
Don’t come to me with ‘I regret my vote’. You’re a grown human being that treated democracy like a game - live with your consequences.
Regrexit = regret + exit