Sunday Times Referendum Poll: Yes surge in Urban areas



Tommy12345

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They put me into a wheelchair and awkwardly wheeled me and my IV into a small room. There was a toilet there and I was told to sit on it. I was confused when they told me to push. I was in so much pain and fogginess from the IV that I did as they said. I wanted it to be over. I didn’t have much strength so the nurse said to lean on her and that would make pushing easier. I pushed. My baby was left in that toilet.



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Tomorrow’s Sunday Times B&A poll. They suggest that a surge in support for repeal in the cities and large urban towns will carry the day for the Yes campaign.

Yes 52% (+5)
No 24% (-5)
DK 19% (-2)

Excluding undecideds:
68% Yes
32% No

No way will it be that wide a margin but it has to be deflating for the No campaign after what was their best week of the campaign.
You lost me at the Sunday Slimes (pushing abortion for years) biased rag,,

An Phoblacht would probably be more balanced,,,
 

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postering in portmatnock, malahide,donaghmede today
the mood is changing, the people are now engaging
big time with us, when we were postering today outside
portmarnck a woman stopped and started photographing us
she thought we were taking no posters down, we explained
we were putting them up. later on another woman approached
us a few miles away and asked are you taking those posters down
we said no we were putting them up, she said those bastards are
taking down your posters at night and was irate. these people would
not have engaged with us a month ago. lots of people waving
blowing horns wishing us well
it seems the urban no vote is materialising rather then shrinking
according to our feedback this last couple of days
this is not over by a long long shot.

we drove from donaghmede portmarncok malahide etc
and the no posters are far more numerous all around.
sometimes 3 0r 4 to one.
i have obly seen 2 yes teams postering
2 woman in howth last week
a woman pushing a pram with 2 kids in it yesterday
i am wondering where are the grassroots volunteers on the yes side like
us if the repeal side is so strong on the ground

looking at the posters in the area we have done we have more
canvassing on the door in artane for the last month its 50-50
some one is not telling the truth and its not me
 

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postering in portmatnock, malahide,donaghmede today
the mood is changing, the people are now engaging
big time with us, when we were postering today outside
portmarnck a woman stopped and started photographing us
she thought we were taking no posters down, we explained
we were putting them up. later on another woman approached
us a few miles away and asked are you taking those posters down
we said no we were putting them up, she said those bastards are
taking down your posters at night and was irate. these people would
not have engaged with us a month ago. lots of people waving
blowing horns wishing us well
it seems the urban no vote is materialising rather then shrinking
according to our feedback this last couple of days
this is not over by a long long shot.

we drove from donaghmede portmarncok malahide etc
and the no posters are far more numerous all around.
sometimes 3 0r 4 to one.
i have obly seen 2 yes teams postering
2 woman in howth last week
a woman pushing a pram with 2 kids in it yesterday
i am wondering where are the grassroots volunteers on the yes side like
us if the repeal side is so strong on the ground

looking at the posters in the area we have done we have more
canvassing on the door in artane for the last month its 50-50
some one is not telling the truth and its not me
you do realise the No side is being trounced in every poll.
 

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I see where a sf td is going to be on the anti-repeal side on prime time! Claiming to be pro life! Some one should ask him was he pro life when ruc or brit army or individuals including children or unborn were killed?
i think there is a split in sinn fein now, peader is pro life on his side and renounced violence
but mary lou is on the other side and that side still intends to keep killing innocent people
 

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And I literally don't know anyone with lemon, green and purple hair.

But does this have any significance? Nope, not a bit.

Besides, no offence, but you don't come across as someone who knows many people anyway - for fairly obvious reasons, to be honest.
there are a lot on the yes side with lemon green and purple hair and blue and other assorted attention seeking colour
just google yes voters
 

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And I literally don't know anyone with lemon, green and purple hair.

But does this have any significance? Nope, not a bit.

Besides, no offence, but you don't come across as someone who knows many people anyway - for fairly obvious reasons, to be honest.
And I literally don't know anyone with lemon, green and purple hair.

They are all over the place in the City Centre

- with their YES badges.....:cool:
 

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I know several people who are against the death penalty for murderers, terrorists, rapists and paedophiles but in favour of it for innocent unborn children.
They are called the media here , a bunch of over-rated radical left fascist cowards that are long overdue a taste of their policies (they are not stories) on their doorstep.
 

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And I literally don't know anyone with lemon, green and purple hair.

They are all over the place in the City Centre

- with their YES badges.....:cool:
Alone with hating immigrants and women you not don't like people who don't ahve grey hair :roll:
 

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I first had a debate about abortion when I was 14 years old that was 21 years ago and maybe the first political/social issue debate I ever had. The person I had it with may have been 13 going on 14. That debate was more civilised and less divisive than some of the stuff I have seen in the last few months and years. I was not called a misogynist or woman hater and I did not call them a baby killer. But was cordial and we remained friends afterwards
As a coincidence I saw this person again today. I didnt speak to her she was abut 20-30m away with someone else I nodded at her.
I havent spoken to her much over the last 13 years as she moved to the UK I am willing to guess she was "home to vote" which in her case would be unlawful. Anyhow just thought it was an amazing coincidence
 


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