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Majority want a united Ireland, but not in a hurry

An overwhelming majority of voters are in favour of a united Ireland, but most are in no hurry to see it, according to the latest Sunday Business Post/Red C opinion poll.

1st April, 2006

An overwhelming majority of voters are in favour of a united Ireland, but most are in no hurry to see it, according to the latest Sunday Business Post/Red C opinion poll.

Almost four out of five voters say they want to see a united Ireland, but most of those believe ‘‘other things should have priority’’, according to the survey, conducted among over 1,000 voters.

The picture that emerges from the poll...

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