Promising signs for Yes camp

With the campaign proper for the vote on the fiscal treaty yet to begin, the Yes side has a clear advantage, writes Pat Leahy.

24th March, 2012
Barack Obama accepts a bowl of shamrock from Enda Kenny during a reception in the East Room of the White House in Washington DC last Tuesday. Obama said he was confident the Irish economy would return to growth. Photo: Getty

There's no doubt who will be the happiest after today's latest tracking poll - pro-treaty (the fiscal treaty, that is) Fine Gaelers will have a smile on their faces. Today's numbers show that support for the main government party has jumped in recent weeks and the numbers for the fiscal treaty are holding up fairly robustly.

It is just three weeks since the last Red C/*Sunday Business Post* poll, though that period has seen some...

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