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Poll: Do you feel informed enough about the children's referendum to vote?

The vote is just over a fortnight away but are you confident that you know enough to cast your vote?

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THE CHILDREN’S REFERENDUM is now just over two weeks away with opinion polls indicating the constitutional amendment is likely to pass.

However, issues have been raised about the lack of debate the proposed amendment is generating in the country given that all major political parties are campaigning for a Yes vote, and doubts have been raised as to whether this is impacting on how informed the public are leading up to polling day on 10 November.

Last week an Irish Times/Ipsos MRBI poll indicated that the referendum is likely to be carried with a Yes majority, but almost a quarter of those polled indicated they did not know how they intended to vote, while just one-in-ten said they understood the issues involved.

So today we want to know: Do you feel informed enough about the children’s referendum to vote?

Poll Results:

No (1250)
Not sure (718)
Yes (349)

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Read: Experts weigh in on Children’s Referendum

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Hugh O'Connell

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