Monday February 17, 2020

Undecided voters turn into No voters

As the results started to roll in yesterday, it was clear that we were watching a significant shift toward the No camp in the Seanad referendum. Soon enough it was clear that the people were going to

5th October, 2013
Dessie Ellis of Sinn Fein at the national count centre in Dublin Castle Photocall Ireland

As the results started to roll in yesterday, it was clear that we were watching a significant shift toward the No camp in the Seanad referendum. Soon enough it was clear that the people were going to reject the proposed amendment.

The question from many will be: "How could this be the case, when all the opinion polls in the run-up to the election had been telling us it was 60/40 in favour of abolishing...

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