Brexit was fueled by xenofobia and a desire to dominate others in society, new paper reports.🔷

Majority of Leave voters voted for Brexit because of what they feel is Britain's supremacy. To them, Britain is exceptional, underrecognized, and entitled to privileged treatment.

The majority of Brexit voters think the UK is exceptional, underrecognized in the world, and entitled to privileged treatment - so they shot themselves in the foot to prove it. A new study looks at how base emotions such as xenophobia and perceived British supremacy led the UK out of the EU. Pride in the one's…

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