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Poll: Would you like a vote on Irish unity within five years?

Sinn Féin deputy leader Michelle O’Neill has said a vote on Irish unity should happen within the next five years.

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SINN FÉIN’S DEPUTY leader Michelle O’Neill has said a vote on Irish unity should happen within the next five years.

Speaking at an Easter commemoration in Belfast she said Brexit had exposed the “undemocratic nature of partition”.

“Sinn Fein believes there should be a referendum vote on Irish unity within the next five years,” she said.

In light of her statement, we’re asking: Would you like to see a vote on Irish unity within the next five years? 


Poll Results:

Yes (22474)
No (7347)
No, but maybe after five years (2177)
I don't know (1396)




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