Few believe Trump will be good for Ireland-US relations
Just 3 per cent of people think Irish trade with the US will be very positively impacted
Just 13 per cent of Irish people believe that policies planned by US president Donald Trump will have a positive impact on Ireland’s economic ties with America.
The finding is contained in a poll of 1,000 Irish people conducted by Coyne Research for The Sunday Business Post.
According to the poll, 61 per cent of people think Trump’s policies would be quite or very negative for Ireland. The pessimistic attitude is carried across every question...
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