The real issue in the EU referendum, one that neither side has really focussed on, is where the EU is actually going wrt a political and monetary union, and whether that will actually work without causing complete chaos.
Greece as an example of what
happens in the euro when things go wrong (50% plus youth unemployment
If we vote to remain we will be confronted some years ahead with having to
decide on full integration, or being on the periphery (in effect side
lining ourselves). This is the real issue that no one wants to/seems
able to discuss. It will be then that we realise what we have actually
got ourselves into.
To that end, the decision as to which way to vote EU referendum will be best decided by your guts, as the statistics that both sides
are throwing about (financial, immigration etc) are all bollocks.
Step back on the day and ask yourself, does the eu/euro model feel right and will it work?
That will give you the answer.