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Poll: Would you support the use of Irish airports for attacks on Islamic State militants?

Should Ireland join the international coalition?

US B-52 bomber aircraft.
US B-52 bomber aircraft.
Image: AP/Press Association Images

BRITISH MPS VOTED yesterday to authorise air strikes against Islamic State militants in Iraq.

A number of Arab states as well as France have been supporting the US-led strikes while Belgium and Denmark also plan to join the fight from the air. Other countries have also pledged non-military support.

Today’s poll, Would you support the use of Irish airports for attacks on Islamic State militants?


Poll Results:

Yes (6621)
No (4571)
Don't know (683)



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