Monday February 24, 2020

Yes lead cut but treaty still on track

The results of The Sunday Business Post/Red C poll on the referendum on the fiscal treaty are: Yes 49 per cent; No 35 per cent; Undecided 16%.

26th May, 2012
Taoiseach Enda Kenny speaking at the announcement of a €100 million investment by Irish Distillers in Midleton, Co Cork: latest poll shows the Yes side's lead is narrowing. Photo: Provision

The Yes lead has narrowed significantly since last week but, as the referendum campaign enters its final days, the fiscal treaty is still on course to be passed on Thursday.

The latest *Sunday Business Post*/Red C tracking poll shows that 49 per cent of likely voters say they will support the treaty, 35 per cent will oppose it, while 16 per cent are undecided.

When the undecided voters are excluded, the poll shows the Yes side leading...

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