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Current White House incumbent Barack Obama - but does it matter to Ireland who is in the Oval Office? AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais/PA Wire
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Poll: Will the US Presidential race outcome affect us?

The United States is moving into White House fever after Super Tuesday – but do you think a change of US President (or not) come November will have any impact on Ireland?

THE UNITED STATES is in the middle of presidential nomination fever – last night, Mitt Romney extended his lead in the race to be the Republican nominee.

We were liveblogging events from the US last night and the drama is only set to ramp up as Democrat Barack Obama aims to hold on to the White House when the country goes to the polls in November.

But do you think the outcome of the US Presidential election 2012 will have any impact on Ireland and your life in the long run? (And feel free to give reasons for your vote in the comments section):

Poll Results:

Yes (644)
No (295)
I don't know (64)

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