Obviously, I was disappointed but I was also surprised: when campaigning in the Parliamentary constituency, we found voters were overwhelmingly for Leave.
I have now looked at the results in detail for an explanation.
First, via the BBC, I see most of the Thames Valley voted Remain, in contrast to most of the rest of England and Wales.
Second, we have results for Wycombe District but not Wycombe Parliamentary constituency.
Wycombe District is much larger than the constituency, including as it does parts of the Buckingham, Aylesbury, and Beaconsfield constituencies. OS Election Maps provides a view (pink line for District, black for constituencies):
The finest level of detail available from the count mixes together results from across the Parliamentary constituency boundaries. As a consequence, it is impossible to say how the electors of Wycombe constituency voted in the referendum.
We do know turnout in some detail. Oakridge and Castlefield, Bowerdean and Disraeli, represented by Labour District councillors, had some of the lowest turnouts in the constituency.
The electors of the UK have decided to leave the European Union. I believe this is a great opportunity to renew our country. I will now work to that end with buoyancy and hope, in service to everyone in the constituency and conscious that many fears were stoked during the campaign which must now be allayed.