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The answer in economic terms is that it would affect a broad range of countries, but the direct impact would not be economically significant.
Although the negative impact will be broad-based but not substantial in any one particular country, it is also clear that it would not benefit any other country. In 2017, none of the 57 countries in our macro model will see an uptick in growth in a Brexit scenario.
Source: Euromonitor International Macro Model
However the uncertainty which would follow a “leave” vote would also flow-on to the EU itself. The UK plays a significant role in the EU, both economically and demographically. In 2015:
There are clearly wider political and economic affects which should also be considered, with the very future of the organisation itself under pressure.