Brownskins voted overwhelmingly to remain, including 70% of Muslims. This provides additional refutation of the claim made by our rulers that immigration doesn't change anything. In the Scottish referendum, a majority of people born in Scotland voted for independence; it was the votes of (first-generation) immigrants that swayed the result in favour of maintaining the United Kingdom. Now, in this second referendum, the British people as a whole might well have lost their independence because of the votes of African and Asian colonists who only arrived in their country within the last few decades. In the end, this was narrowly averted. But it shows the extent to which the demographic window is closing on the hopes for European survival.
The female vote appears to have been in balance with the male vote, although young women were notably more pro-Remain than their male counterparts.
Economically, it was obviously a peasant revolt.