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Would you vote if there was another election?

Sinn Féin has said that they “aren’t afraid” should another election be called.

SIX WEEKS AFTER going to the polls it still isn’t clear who is going to be leading the next government.

Speaking to EuroParlRadio, Sinn Féin MEP Matt Carty – who served as director of elections during the February campaign – said that his party “aren’t afraid” of going to the polls again.

Matt might not be afraid, but what about you?

Today we’re asking: Would you vote in another general election? 

Poll Results:

Yes, of course I would. (10680)
Yes, but I'm not happy about this. (6356)
No. I voted once, I'm not voting again. (1358)
No. I didn't vote last time and I won't vote if it happens again. (513)
Not sure. (323)
Other (tells us in the comments). (136)

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