New Polling Reveals Support For Reunited Ireland And Irish Nationality In The North

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Was the British Minister Theresa May onto something a few weeks ago when she indicated to some of her Conservative Party colleagues that their hardline attitudes on Brexit could lead to a successful reunification referendum in Britain’s legacy colony on the island of Ireland? Yesterday’s publication of a surprisingly detailed Lucid Talk – YouGov poll for the BBC seems to lend some weight to that informed opinion, with 42.1% of those surveyed in the UK-administered Six Counties supporting the end of partition while 45% opposed it (12.7% declared themselves undecided).

While accurate polling in the contested region is notoriously difficult to achieve, even after two decades of relative peace, Lucid Talk seems quite confident about its figures. These include the headline grabbing claim that 58.6% of respondents identified themselves as being “fairly or very strongly” Irish while only 46.7% felt the same about being British. Drilling down into those numbers, the questionnaire found…

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