No... not at all... It is further entirely incorrect to assume that the people who do not vote intended to side with what the majority turned out to be.... at most you might assume that they intended to side with what they *believed* before the vote that the majority would actually vote for. Given how tight the actual vote was, it is a tenuous proposition to presume that what happened was actually what most people truly believed would happen. This may very well be true, but it is very nearly as likely (48% vs 52%, based on the vote outcome) that it is not, and a probability that close to 50% when there are only two choices makes it impossible to meaningfully infer or predict anything.
Thus, as I said... the results of the vote are simply the results of a democratic process... any similarity between the outcome and the actual will of the people may be fortunate, but is truly quite coincidental,