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Poll: Do you think Ireland's relationship with the US will change after Trump's victory?

The businessman shocked political pundits by winning key swing states on his way to beating Clinton.

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So, it happened. Donald Trump is president elect of the United States of America.

He was the outsider according to experts and the bookmakers, who believed Hillary Clinton was the strong favourite to become the first woman to hold the highest office in American politics.

Ireland has always had a special relationship with the US, encapsulated by the meeting of the nations’ two leaders at the White House every St Patrick’s day.

Enda Kenny has previously described comments made by Trump as racist and dangerous and it is now unclear how the relationship between the two countries will progress.

We’re asking you today: Do you think Ireland’s relationship with the US will change after Trump’s victory?

Poll Results:

Yes (7695)
No (4470)
I don't know (916)

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