As if the referendum's results hadn't caused enough turmoil, some Leave voters are saying they regret voting the way they did.
Many of them took to Twitter to express their regret.
Part of me is regretting my vote, I'd like a 2nd referendum when we negotiate what leaving is going to be like and decide whether to accept.
-- Debbie (@DebbieMags) June 24, 2016
Regretting my vote already, should have voted remain, Soz guys
-- daz (@darryn_smith_) June 23, 2016
If the pound hasn't recovered by the end of July I'm gonna start regretting my vote
-- phoebs (@daisyuura) June 24, 2016
The regrets came as the pound dropped to its lowest level against the dollar since 1985, and Nigel Farage admitted on Good Morning Britain it was a "mistake" for the Leave campaign to claim the £350 million reportedly given to the EU each week would go to the NHS instead.
That's like the main reason I voted to leave, now I wish I hadn't
-- Radagast The Brown (@Alexbiruls_) June 24, 2016
I personally voted leave believing these lies and I regret it more than anything, I feel genuinely robbed of my vote???
-- gibbo (@rambogiblet) June 24, 2016
The vote was close, with 51.9% of voters preferring to leave the EU, as opposed to 48.1% who said they wished to stay, which lead to some frustrated Remain voters when they realised what was happening.
So leave voters have realised what they done and regret voting leave and would vote remain given another chance? Bit late now
-- PaullieeTV (@PaullieeTV) June 24, 2016
How can you possibly treat such an important vote so flippantly as to regret it just hours later?
-- Kate McCann (@KateEMcCann) June 24, 2016
A student told ITV news: "I was very disappointed about the results. Even though I voted to leave, this morning I woke up and the reality did actually hit me. But if I had the opportunity to vote again it would be to stay."