Yes, here in West Wales they all seem to have been farmers, farm labourers and countrymen, as well as quite a few farmers' sons who hadn't yet been conscripted. My old Scout leader was one, who at the time was a teenager (being later conscripted, fighting from Normandy to Germany). Another was my mate's farmer grandfather and the other names on the list belong to a few other well-known local 'peasant farmer' families.That may have been an 'accident' of time and place.
The one my grandmother supported from a Comms and Int. perspective were all local farm labourers / baker / game keeper sorts.
The main 'toffs' around here had either dabbled in a bit of light fascism during the 1930s (a curious fascistic organisation called 'The English Mistery') or were related via the Mitford Girls to Mosely, so were probably the first to be topped by the Auxiliaries in the event of invasion.