Brexit's short term implications have been fairly obvious to anyone watching the markets.
Every major currency in the world shot up against the pound immediately following the results of the referendum.
YouGov has polled 1,760 British adults between 27-28 June and asked people what they thought their financial situations would be in a year, over which Remainers and Brexiteers very much differed:
As they also did over the financial future of the country:
Funnily enough, more Brexiteers thought their own household financial situation would get worse (17 per cent) than better (14 per cent).
What a time to leave the European Union.