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Watson). One reason why “leave voters”, those who voted to leave the EU, thought that leaving the EU would improve Britain’s economic status was that the EU has sovereignty over the UK’s ability to create financial ties. (Foroohar 19). This is important because as George Friedman, an expert in intelligence and international geopolitics, wrote “The European Union didn’t create the existing financial relationships” (Friedman). The UK has financial relationships that were preexisting before joining the EU, for example, “buying 20% of the output of German car companies” (Foroohar 19). Greg Hands, the 2016 through 2018 Minister of State in the Department for International Trade, also stated in a speech, “Germany accounts for 13% of total UK imports,” and “around 240,000 people in Germany work for British companies based here [Germany]” (Hands)(“The Rt Hon…”). Also, as Rana Foroohar, a global economics analyst, wrote, “the E.U. lagged behind in forging modern trade ties with emerging economies,” because the EU had not been creating any more economic ties for the UK while it was under the EU’s sovereignty (Foroohar 19)(“Rana Foroohar”). This is why when it came to staying in the EU or leaving it, Friedman reported, “staying in a stagnated organization to solve British problems seemed shortsighted and made little sense to opponents [of staying in the EU]” (Friedman). Many proponents of Brexit also believed once outside of the EU economic opportunity would improve as Foroohar said, “Outside it, we can finally do free trade deals with countries in Asia, the Americas and the Commonwealth, and open up new opportunities for business” (Foroohar 19). While all of the economic stress from the global finance crisis was still being felt by the British along with their suppression of trade opportunity by the EU, citizens decided to vote to leave the EU as the authors of “The mismatch between…” concluded: Economic conditions were the single most important factor driving the pattern of voting, interacting with the characteristics of the individuals making up that locality (Becker et al., 2016). Regions with larger shares of lower-skilled or manual employment, a greater historical role in manufacturing, and higher levels of unemployment were all more likely to vote leave (Becker et al., 2016). As such, the regions and localities that were perceived to have most benefited from globalization (Coyle, 2016; Field, 2016; The Economist, 2016a, 2016b), immigration and trade tended to vote remain, while those regions and localities that were perceived to feel most threatened by these phenomena voted leave (Zoega, 2016). (Los et al. 788) These authors additionally explained how “The geography of deprivation and prosperity” both helped to explain the reason as to why many voters ended up favoring the decision to leave the European Union (Los et al. 788). Those who voted to leave the EU were also hoping to gain b>GET ANSWER