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Poll: Will you vote in the children's referendum?

Concerns have been raised about turnout in the 10 November referendum. Will you be casting your vote?

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WITH LESS THAN two weeks until the children’s referendum takes place there are continued concerns that a likely Yes vote and a lack of information about the constitutional amendment will lead to a low turnout.

The Referendum Commission has already raised concerns about the low-level of media coverage that has so far been devoted to the campaign with almost all political parties advocating a Yes vote on 10 November.

Most polls indicate the referendum to amend the constitution will be passed but there is also a high number of people who have said they don’t know enough about what is at stake while those advocating a No vote are worried that voter apathy will lead to the constitutional change that will do more harm than good.

So today, we want to know: Will you vote in the children’s referendum?

Poll Results:

Yes, I'm voting (1294)
No, I'm not voting (1267)
Don't know if I'll vote (636)

Read: Referendum Commission asks broadcasters to give more time to bulletins

Read: Kenny: As Taoiseach and as a father I’m asking people to vote yes

Column: Why I’ll be voting No in the Children’s Referendum

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Hugh O'Connell

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