Poll shows 39% still undecided on referendum

Although 58 per cent of voters who expressed a preference will vote yes in the upcoming fiscal compact, the decision is still in the hands of the undecided.

19th April, 2012

Although 58 per cent of voters who expressed a preference will vote yes in the upcoming fiscal compact, the decision is still in the hands of the undecided, according to a poll published this morning.

The Irish Times / Ipsos MRBI poll found that 39 per cent of voters are still undecided. 30 per cent of voters will vote Yes with 23 per cent will vote No, when the undecided voters are included.

The poll was taken in the first...

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