I love this. Out of interest I am meeting more people committed to vote leave now than those who want to stay. An age related thing perhaps?
Same here MA, but as far as the age-related thing goes, I think you'll find this article, and the polls in it, in The Guardian of 2 April interesting: "Poll shows young voters could hold key in June vote" - http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/apr/02/eu-referendum-young-voters-brexit-leave
Basically, yes they could hold the key by voting Remain, but how many of them will actually go to the polling booths to do so?
There's a parallel here with the IndyRef when a big fuss was made of 16-18 year olds being given the vote, and many of them did express quite strong opinions, particularly when it came to voting Yes, but I understand that come the day of the referendum very few of them actually turned up to vote, which doesn't surprise me given what was at stake here. Yes, I know they can get married, join the army, etc, and I have no objection to them voting in parliamentary elections, which they can do in the Holyrood elections, but not on issues where the outcome could well be irrevocable, so in that respect I think Cameron was right to exclude them from voting in this referendum. However, I think Westminster should reconsider their stance which is to exclude them from voting in General and Council elections.