Saturday February 22, 2020

Brexit: Two-thirds of Irish people expect Britain to Remain in EU

Over 80% surveyed earlier this month would like Britain to stay

23rd June, 2016
Farage called his statement to Sky “a terrible mistake,” but he also asserted that he did not give the network’s reporter a true concession. Pic: Getty

Over 60 per cent of Irish people expect Britain to stay in the EU, a new survey has revealed.

The poll, carried out by iReach Insights, also found that 84 per cent would prefer Britain to Remain – only 16 per cent of respondents would prefer the country to leave.

The study was based on a survey of 1,000 adults in Ireland over what they think will be the outcome of the ballot.

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