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Exit Poll suggest there is significant support among Irish voters for a united Ireland

McSlaggart

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Further findings from the RTÉ TG4 Exit Poll suggest there is significant support among Irish voters for a united Ireland.

65% of voters polled have indicated they would vote in favour of a United Ireland if a referendum was held tomorrow. 19% would vote against the proposal, while 15% of respondents to the poll said they did not know or refused to answer the question.

Excluding undecided and non-voters, the findings suggest that 77% are in favour of a united Ireland with 23% against.


The UK has already agreed to the backstop on the Irish border. The DUP do not want the backstop which is fine but what is their alternative in light of growing support for removal of the border/united ireland?
 


Supra

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There's a massive factor missing from this Poll.
Fear. Any campaign on a referendum would change this dramatically.
 

Cdebru

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Interesting that RTE radio are headlining this as 65% counting in undecided but appear to be excluding undecided voters when calling out other results from the exit poll.
 

McSlaggart

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The south can vote for whatever it wants. Consent in NI is what matters.
It has to pass across the Island.

The claim the south does not want the north is not an argument that can no longer be use to stop a vote on the issue.

After brexit unification will be an EU project.
 

Mickeymac

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It has to pass across the Island.

The claim the south does not want the north is not an argument that can no longer be use to stop a vote on the issue.

After brexit unification will be an EU project.

No doubt it will be a poll topper shortly.:LOL::LOL::LOL:
 

Mickeymac

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A good question, but the UK hasn't agreed on anything with the EU yet, as the OP wrongly claimed.

Thing is Tablet, this is the title of the thread.............


“Exit Poll suggest there is significant support among Irish voters for a united Ireland”

Got it?
 

Lord Talbot

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Thing is Tablet, this is the title of the thread.............


“Exit Poll suggest there is significant support among Irish voters for a united Ireland”

Got it?
what's your point, apart from constantly replying to me with inane babble?

I'm flattered and all...
 


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