Wrong.No. The electorate is the set of people eligible to vote.
Of that set, around 37% actively said an unequivocal "yes, please, Dave" to Brexit.
63% either said "no, but thanks for asking" or "sorry Dave, can't vote today, just not that bothered".
Thus, no, there isn't a majority of the electorate for Brexit.
27.8% of the electorate expressed no preference for either option.
BTW, when you were a "JP", was your court in a barrack room?
Were there kangaroos in it?