RED C Special: Very little buyer's remorse among voters

If they had to vote again, it would make very little difference, writes Michael Brennan

16th March, 2016

Buyer’s remorse does not just apply to clothes shoppers. There can also be a sense of regret after people vote, particularly when they see what the final outcome of the election was.

But detailed research carried out for the Sunday Business Post/Red C poll suggests that there is very little buyer’s remorse among most voters who went to the polls last month.

Overall, 70 per cent of voters are happy...

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