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Campaigners will need to step up a gear

As the referendum on the Reform Treaty nears, and following the partial collapse in the Yes vote seen two weeks ago, we have decided to track public opinion on voting intention for the treaty on a fortnightly basis until the day of the vote.

10th May, 2008

As the referendum on the Reform Treaty nears, and following the partial collapse in the Yes vote seen two weeks ago, we have decided to track public opinion on voting intention for the treaty on a fortnightly basis until the day of the vote.

The major events of the past two weeks have revolved around the launch of the Yes campaign, and as such we might expect that the public’s opinion would move more towards...

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