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The Daily Poll

Poll: Do you wear an Easter lily?

The State is commemorating the significance of the Easter Rising today, with an Air Corps flyover the GPO.

DO YOU WEAR an Easter lily during Easter?

A white lily is worn during Easter as a symbol of remembrance for those who died during or were executed after the 1916 Easter Rising.

The State is commemorating the significance of the Rising today, with President Michael D Higgins attending, an Air Corps flyover the GPO, and the proclamation being read from a Defence Forces member.

So, we’re wondering: Do you wear a white lily at Easter?


Poll Results:

No (10891)
No, but I would (2759)
Yes, usually (2266)
No, though I do buy a bouquet of lilies for Easter (356)

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