The average Brit has for what ever reason lurched over to the right but even the the thick idiots who voted Tory will realise eventually they have been conned, while those in power have taken them to the cleaners.
I don't think they will realise.
All the BBC voxpops I've seen over the last few years have shone the most depressing light into large parts of the midlands and northern England. The towns.
Without exception the people interviewed came across as completely witless, living pointless existences. i'm sure that sounds harsh but they just parroted sh*te they'd obviously heard on the telly hundreds of times.
"Oo that Jeremy Corbyn and his anti-mechanisms."
"Oo yes, terrible. Our Fred used to be a mechanic."
Yes Corbyn was a tw*t, in that he couldn't seem to take on board that opinion polls showed him to be even less popular among the British public than Adolf Hitler, and step down so someone less polarising could have a go, but these voxpoppers didn't even know why he was supposed to be terrible. They'd just heard it on the telly.
I don't think a lot of these people are capable of realising anything. That would suggest they had brains. They're so thick I don't even think they should be allowed to vote.
I don't think England has been this politically illiterate since the Labour Party came into existence. It's like these wretches can't actually twig how badly they're being exploited unless they've got a union leader sitting there tearing his or her hair out, trying to explain to them why they shouldn't accept 20p an hour for working a 12-hour day and then pay £2.50 to their Tory buy-to-let landlord when they get home.