My question was put on hold as opinion based, and I think it should be reopened.
The question was: What were the actual motivations that drove the Brexit?
I cite some examples of publicly supported motivations for a Brexit, which by fact checking, political pundits proved false or partially false, however the people of the UK voted for it anyway, so I assumed my information on the motivations that existed to compell people to vote for it was incomplete. I asked what other political motivations were factors in the public vote. All of this information would be public knowledge, not secret, not an opinion.
If this were a vote cast by politicians behind closed doors, perhaps you could call the motivations a secret. But what we're talking about is publicly expressed political motivations. Its possible for an answer to cite polls, recorded interviews with voters, and slogans of groups supporting or going against the Brexit. An answer could do so strictly without an opinion in the matter, just stating the publicly available facts.
Therefore the question is answerable objectively, not opinion based. The users who voted to close my question were wrong. Please vote to reopen, if there are some more sensible users reading this. Thanks.