Sadly I don't think our membership or otherwise of the EU is the biggest problem we face over the issue of the Referendum.We appear to have been left with a deeply divided nation with entrenched positions from a hard core of true believers on both sides of the argument, to the extent that any further votes before the reality of Brexit will only further alienate the "losing" side.
If Remain were to win the endless complaining and whining from the thwarted gammon faced little englanders furious that their vision of a Britain free from the constraints of EU membership sailing a wealthy path across the waters of international commerce would be unbearable, equally the collective clucking from the massed ranks of bearded economics lecturers in tweed from rooms above pubs if Leave were to repeat their previous success would potentially reach a critical mass and pitch us into an alternate realm to be consumed by demons. probably.
The only positive outcome would be a decisive victory, over 75% of the electorate taking part with at least a 70% majority either way so it is clearly an overal majoriy of the electorate and to be brutal, I don't see that happening but anything less and the country will beeven more divided.
Sadly I see the only solution to the deep rift we have inflicted on ourselves to be going through with Brexit and suffering the privations and misery of being an unaligned nation for long enough that the clear majority view is to rejoin as soon as possible, or (for balance) we will be so prosperous as we feast on nectar and Unicorn Steaks under the benevolent gaze of our political leaders, Jacob Rees-Smugg and Boris the philandering liar that we question why we ever believed EU membership was a consideration.
I will be campaigning for the UK to rejoin as soon as possible but I don't see anything other than at least 5 years misery and recession as enough to get the message through that we were lied to repeatedly and blatantly, I hope business, farming, manufacturing and the NHS survive, we'll need them in 5 - 10 years when we come to our collective senses.