Admittedly, the numbers polled were slightly below normally accepted poll figures, as was the geographical spread of those asked; both of these statistics were compiled by the members of my own family seated around the dining table last Sunday.
My daughter, along with my son and his wife, followed my firm voting preference to leave the European Union. My two young grandsons, given half-a-vote apiece, also voted to leave: although I have to admit that the blond younger grandson was probably thinking more about ice cream than the Referendum electoral process. My youngest grandson failed to state a preference, as he was involved with a bottle of milk during the canvassing and election procedures.
So there we have it: British families vote en-masse to Leave the European Union!