Nationalists Shocked As Yet Another Poll Slaps Down The UI Pipe Dream.

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Polls are like thon buses ye wait for wan and then loads come along...

Latest figures from the Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey suggest there is still a substantial majority in favour of Northern Ireland remaining in the UK.

The survey, which was set up by Queen's and Ulster Universities, found that 55% of those interviewed would vote for Northern Ireland to remain in the UK.

This compares to only 22% who said they would back a United Ireland.

Last week, the BBC published a survey that suggested a much tighter race.

Responding to the Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey, 12% said they would not vote and the remaining 10% said they did not know how they would vote.

In total, 1,203 adults aged 18 years or over were interviewed face to face.


https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-44468686

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Polls are like thon buses ye wait for wan and then loads come along...

Latest figures from the Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey suggest there is still a substantial majority in favour of Northern Ireland remaining in the UK.

The survey, which was set up by Queen's and Ulster Universities, found that 55% of those interviewed would vote for Northern Ireland to remain in the UK.

This compares to only 22% who said they would back a United Ireland.

Last week, the BBC published a survey that suggested a much tighter race.

Responding to the Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey, 12% said they would not vote and the remaining 10% said they did not know how they would vote.

In total, 1,203 adults aged 18 years or over were interviewed face to face.


https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-44468686

Our revenge will be the laughter of our wee countries children, tick tock, Tiocfaidh ár UK...
You are a particularly stupid Redneck Hillbilly.

"In total, 1,203 adults aged 18 years or over were interviewed face to face between September 2017 and February 2018."
 
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You are a particularly stupid Redneck Hillbilly.

"In total, 1,203 adults aged 18 years or over were interviewed face to face between September 2017 and February 2018."
Ipsos MORI poll for academics found that just 21.1% of people in Northern Ireland would vote for Irish unity after the UK leaves the EU.

The poll, commissioned by academics at Queen’s University Belfast for a major piece of research examining how Brexit is shaping political opinion in Northern Ireland, found that not even half of Catholics would vote for a united Ireland, with just 42.6% of Catholics favouring that option – although a large percentage, 26%, were undecided.

And a second poll, commissioned by think tank Policy Exchange ahead of a major conference in London today examining the future of the Union, found that a clear majority of people across the UK are in favour of the Union in its current form – with 68% support in England, 52% in Scotland, 66% in Wales and 59% in Northern Ireland.

The ICM poll also found that a majority of people in the UK say their support for the Union has remained constant or has risen in recent years – 78% in England, 60% in Scotland, 69% in Wales, 70% in Northern Ireland.

https://inews.co.uk/news/politics/ne...-irish-border/

Tick Tock moi aras...
Oophs better make that 3 polls...If three polls out today are to be believed, pressure for an early border poll will recede and unionists fearing the worst, will heave sighs of relief For nationalists, while much hinges on the economic consequences of Brexit, majority opinion among them in favour of unity hasn’t solidified,


On a third poll the Irish Times reports


Some 28 per cent of Catholics would vote for a united Ireland if the UK changed its mind and remained in the EU while 53 per cent of Catholics would vote for a united Ireland if there was a hard exit in which the UK left the customs union and single market.

https://sluggerotoole.com/2018/05/21...rexit-outcome/

Now whaaats 53% of 50+1? lmfoa...
http://www.politics.ie/forum/northern-ireland/264003-glorious-union.html

Of course thons now 4 polls...Lmfao, NEXT...
 

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Polls are like thon buses ye wait for wan and then loads come along...

Latest figures from the Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey suggest there is still a substantial majority in favour of Northern Ireland remaining in the UK.

The survey, which was set up by Queen's and Ulster Universities, found that 55% of those interviewed would vote for Northern Ireland to remain in the UK.

This compares to only 22% who said they would back a United Ireland.

Last week, the BBC published a survey that suggested a much tighter race.

Responding to the Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey, 12% said they would not vote and the remaining 10% said they did not know how they would vote.

In total, 1,203 adults aged 18 years or over were interviewed face to face.


https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-44468686

Our revenge will be the laughter of our wee countries children, tick tock, Tiocfaidh ár UK...

You are a particularly stupid Redneck Hillbilly.

"In total, 1,203 adults aged 18 years or over were interviewed face to face between September 2017 and February 2018."
 

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The evidence from the Lucid poll is that the Catholic DKs may be more pro UI inclined than previously thought. At the same time the poll in the intro to this thread is months old and includes data from Sept 2017.
 

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The evidence from the Lucid poll is that the Catholic DKs may be more pro UI inclined than previously thought. At the same time the poll in the intro to this thread is months old and includes data from Sept 2017.
The NILT is the premiere survey, it is an annual report rather than a snap shot...Since 1998, the Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey has put on record the attitudes, values and beliefs of the people in Northern Ireland to a wide range of social policy issues.

The Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey was launched in October 1998 as a resource for everyone interested in the social attitudes of people living in Northern Ireland.

Set up by Queen's University Belfast and Ulster University and run every year, the survey aims to put on record the attitudes, values and beliefs of the people in Northern Ireland on a wide range of social policy issues.

Life and Times has its roots in the Northern Ireland Social Attitudes Survey, which ran from 1989 to 1996. It also participates in the International Social Survey Programme.

The survey team work with a wide range of subject experts to develop the questionnionare. One major aim of the survey is to make the data freely available to the widest possible audience, and the results of each survey are available within 6 months from the end of the fieldwork.




Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey Homepage


And its only saying what 3 other recent polls said...
 

between the bridges

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You are a particularly stupid Redneck Hillbilly.

"In total, 1,203 adults aged 18 years or over were interviewed face to face between September 2017 and February 2018."
Yank just admit ye don't even know what the NILT is, ye plank...
 

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You are a particularly stupid Redneck Hillbilly.

"In total, 1,203 adults aged 18 years or over were interviewed face to face between September 2017 and February 2018."
Says the child who's been extensively quoting and referencing another poll of 1,300 people.
 

between the bridges

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Looking back to 2017 and the recent polls it appears the 'yes to a UI' votail in the CNR community is holding steady at 50%, only another 50%+1 to go guys, yez can do it...

Results for people of different religions 2017

%
Catholic Protestant No religion

I would vote for Northern Ireland to
remain part of the UK 25 85 52

I would vote for Northern Ireland
to unite with the Republic of Ireland 49 2 12

I wouldn't vote 14 6 21

Don't know 12 6 15


Our revenge will be the laughter of our wee countries children, tick tock, Tiocfaidh ár UK...
 
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Says the child who's been extensively quoting and referencing another poll of 1,300 people.
And you too are a particularly stupid Redneck Hillbilly.

"In total, 1,203 adults aged 18 years or over were interviewed face to face between September 2017 and February 2018."
 

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and you too are a particularly stupid redneck hillbilly.

"in total, 1,203 adults aged 18 years or over were interviewed face to face between september 2017 and february 2018."
fyi...

the nilt is the premiere survey, it is an annual report rather than a snap shot...since 1998, the northern ireland life and times survey has put on record the attitudes, values and beliefs of the people in northern ireland to a wide range of social policy issues.

the northern ireland life and times survey was launched in october 1998 as a resource for everyone interested in the social attitudes of people living in northern ireland.

Set up by queen's university belfast and ulster university and run every year, the survey aims to put on record the attitudes, values and beliefs of the people in northern ireland on a wide range of social policy issues.

Life and times has its roots in the northern ireland social attitudes survey, which ran from 1989 to 1996. It also participates in the international social survey programme.

The survey team work with a wide range of subject experts to develop the questionnionare. One major aim of the survey is to make the data freely available to the widest possible audience, and the results of each survey are available within 6 months from the end of the fieldwork.




northern ireland life and times survey homepage


and its only saying what 3 other recent polls said...
 

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You nomads are deluded - this is only going to end one way.

This is the latest poll from last week :lol:

 

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Polls are like thon buses ye wait for wan and then loads come along...

Latest figures from the Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey suggest there is still a substantial majority in favour of Northern Ireland remaining in the UK.

The survey, which was set up by Queen's and Ulster Universities, found that 55% of those interviewed would vote for Northern Ireland to remain in the UK.

This compares to only 22% who said they would back a United Ireland.

Last week, the BBC published a survey that suggested a much tighter race.

Responding to the Northern Ireland Life and Times Survey, 12% said they would not vote and the remaining 10% said they did not know how they would vote.

In total, 1,203 adults aged 18 years or over were interviewed face to face.


https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-44468686

Our revenge will be the laughter of our wee countries children, tick tock, Tiocfaidh ár UK...
Mushooms or weed?
 

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Says the child who's been extensively quoting and referencing another poll of 1,300 people.
A poll that came out 5 days ago ya pleb - not like the one you are trying to peddle today as new that was started a year ago and ended months ago.

Seriously - are ye nomads all on drugs or what?

This new poll shows the way things are going - and things are only going to end one way. Unionism in Ireland is finished.

 

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These unelected Polls are all over the place with different figures weekly- let's have a actual border-poll election so democracy can point the correct way forward-
 

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Queens University you say? Maybe they only polled the members of their Theology College, you know the one that is run by the Presbyterian Church, the Church that hates gays and gay offspring of their flock.
 

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These unelected Polls are all over the place with different figures weekly- let's have a actual border-poll election so democracy can point the correct way forward-
Enrage and destabalise is ever the Sinn Fein way. There won't be a border referendum as you're the only Party wanting to simply enrage and destabilise and it's not in your gift to order one.
 


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