Wednesday January 29, 2020

Yes side still leading polls, but race is tight as referendum looms

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
20th May, 2018

The final Sunday Business Post/Red C poll on the Eighth Amendment referendum suggests a tightening of the race, with just five days to go until polling day.

On the face of it, the Yes side has managed to increase its lead, with 56 per cent in favour of repealing the eighth amendment, which gives equal protection to the life of the mother and the unborn. This is a three-point increase on its showing in...

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