Treaty Poll: Early signs show No vote under pressure
Support for the fiscal treaty has increased, but Sinn Féin will relish the publicity it can gain by seeking a No vote, writes Richard Colwell.
Confirmation that the EU fiscal treaty referendum will take place appears to have helped convince more Irish voters that it should be passed. In today's *Sunday Business Post*/Red C poll, 60 per cent of the electorate who express an opinion suggest they will vote in favour of the treaty.
This is a considerable increase on the last poll, taken at the end of January, when 52 per cent of those who expressed an opinion said...
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