The people of the United Kingdom voted for Brexit. Yet soon after Remain campaigners claimed that it was down to people not understanding the question, that we didn’t understand what we were voting for. That Brexit campaigners lied, see the £350 million figure, or that people regret the falling pound. They called for a second referendum. Since then they have changed their tact, and are calling for a referendum on the terms.
But likewise for President Trump. Many people may regret or not understand what voting for Trump meant. It begs the question.
Do we require a further understanding, and ergo a second vote?
##Is asking a Referendum Question twice, successively, morally wrong?
##Is asking the public to vote again, morally wrong?
##Is it ever right to ask the public to vote again?