Brexit: Irish support for EU membership undimmed - and could French replace English in the EU?

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11th May, 2017
Brexit: Irish support for EU membership undimmed - and could French replace English in the EU?
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Whatever may come down the track, support among Irish people for remaining in the EU remains undiminished, according to a new poll.

The Red C survey, commissioned by European Movement (EM) Ireland, found that 88 per cent of people believe that Ireland should remain a part of the EU compared to just 11 per cent who disagree and one per cent who 'don't know'.

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