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Poll: How important is your home county to you?

Let’s get provincial.

Waterford's John Mullane celebrates winning the Munster semi-final replay in 2009.
Waterford's John Mullane celebrates winning the Munster semi-final replay in 2009.
Image: James Crombie/INPHO

IN AN OPINION piece this morning, Michael Fitzmaurice TD speaks about the problems with changing county borders.

He argues that it has serious financial and cultural consequences. Fitzmaurice speaks specifically about a dispute over the Westmeath/Roscommon border.

He also cites the long-running and bitter dispute over the Waterford/Kilkenny border.

So, today we want to find out how much your county part of your identity.

We’re asking, How important is your home county to you?


Poll Results:

Very important (3961)
Important, but I don't really think about it (2895)
Among the most important parts of me (2748)
Not important (1867)
I'm passionate about more than one county (689)
I have no connection with any Irish county (282)






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