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U.K. Independence Party leader Nigel Farage sees similarities between his country's vote to leave the European Union and the presidential election in the U.S.

Farage, one of the leading voices behind Brexit, explained on "Fox & Friends Weekend" this morning that both involved everyday people rising up against the political establishment.

He added that in both cases, the opinion polls were way off and failed to capture how the people really felt.

"2016, it's the year of political revolution," Farage said. "I’ve always known that whatever our political class and their friends in the media and the big businesses, whatever they do and say and want is not the same as what ordinary hardworking taxpayers want."

"And what you’ve seen this year is just ordinary, decent people, the little people, who’ve said, 'We’ve had enough. We want change.'"

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