The United Kingdom voted to LEAVE by 51.9% to 48.1% on a 72% turnout.
Young people wanted to REMAIN, as did under 40s.
Surprisingly, SNP voters only voted for REMAIN by the slightest of proportion higher than Labour party supporters.
London voted to REMAIN, as did Scotland and Northern Ireland, but not Wales.
The LEAVE vote was strongest in regions most economically dependent on the EU.
Nottingham voted to LEAVE (50.8%).
Bridge ward probably voted 2 to 1 to REMAIN on the day, and it may well have been nearly 4 to 1 in the city centre.