If we hadn’t already voted, I would still vote Remain, this is because we were in a very strong position in the EU, and I believe in the EU.
If we had to re-vote, I would vote Leave. This is because the strong position that we had (that I thought we should preserve) has now been decimated, and can never be regained. If we stayed in the EU now, it would make no sense, after all we’ve lost. If we must swallow that bitter pill of economic agony for c. 5 years, then so be it, because once we have, we will surely (hopefully) be in a better position than if we rejoined now (but I believe, a worse position that we had before the vote).
I have a lot of British friends in Europe… and almost all of them decided to change their mind. Most of them at some point of their life decided to buy property in Spain [LINK REMOVED – PROPERTY INDUSTRY EYE TERMS & CONDITIONS #6. Users posting comments on the site may not post direct hyperlinks to other websites and especially may not do so by use of their username. Users may not use comments to promote a service or business.] and now they are stuck. Basically they will loose their long term residences. Spanish government wants them to come to police and renew it every 3 months. Which is a big pain in the ass to be honest for them. So yes, they would vote to “stay” with EU for this purpose.