State research cites numerous reasons for Lisbon No vote

Key research commissioned by the government on the reasons why voters rejected the Lisbon Treaty is not expected to single out anyone dominant cause for the No vote.

30th August, 2008

Key research commissioned by the government on the reasons why voters rejected the Lisbon Treaty is not expected to single out anyone dominant cause for the No vote.

The full results of the research by polling company IMS Millward Brown will be provided shortly to the government.

However, outline findings are believed to point, as expected, to a whole range of reasons for the No vote last June, adding to the government’s problems in deciding...

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