Monday February 17, 2020

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.

4th March, 2012
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The fiscal treaty as signed by Enda Kenny and other EU leaders.

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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