Whatever you say of the campaign, it was hardly classy. Both sides banding about statistics in a way patronised the electorate on the one hand, gave the impression of trying to instil fear on the other.
Where was the drive to mobilise the vote of 18 to 25 year olds? Why were both camps unable to express economic views in a way that engaged the electorate?
Now we need cool, calm heads to prevail, and there's nothing like a bit of analysis to get things going. It's not pretty, but it's a start.
Brexit in seven charts — the economic impact How growth, trade, migration will be affected by a split with the EU