It wouldn't be the same question, rather soft/hard Brexit or in Free Market/Out. Had you read his post that would be understandable. Some even voted for £350mil to go to our NHS.
Clearly if you had read his post, his understanding is that not everyone voted for the same thing. Some people voted for more border control, some people who voted wanted to keep free market access and have less control of borders. Some people wanted a Norway-esque deal, some wanted a Switzerland-esque deal. That's not hard to comprehend.
I myself am a leave voter, but probably didn't vote for the same purpose as you. I voted to get out of the EU and take back control in the longer term, so as to not damage the economy, you voted for take control now.
Similarly, I agree with you that we shouldn't have a second referendum but for different reasons.
You don't need proof to realise that people think differently and have different opinions. To think that 17.4million people voted for exactly the same type of Brexit is not patronising, but laughable.