Exclusive Red C poll: A united Ireland, but at what cost?

The topic of potential Irish unity is currently at the forefront of national debate to a degree not witnessed in decades. A special 10-question Business Post/Red C survey takes a deep dive into attitudes to the national question among people in the South

28th November, 2021

The debate about the likelihood of a united Ireland has intensified over the past year, for a number of reasons.

The British government's decision to “get Brexit done” last January has destabilised politics on both sides of the Irish Sea. Sinn Féin is hoping to overtake the DUP as the largest party in next year’s Northern Assembly elections, which would intensify its “Time for Unity” campaign.


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