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'A terrible idea' or 'completely understandable'? Here's what people think of Brexit in Ireland

Should they stay or should they go?

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THE UK VOTES on its future in just two days – and we should know the full result by Friday morning.

Should it stay in Europe, or go it alone?

While the latest polls across the water show the debate is neck-and-neck, here at home there’s significant support for our closest trading partner remaining in the union.

We asked people on the streets of Dublin what they think of Brexit – and what way they think Ireland would vote, if we held a similar referendum.

- Reporting by Róisín Nestor

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