One in eight of Irish electorate would vote for Trump if they could

Millennials most likely to favour US President, according to poll

2nd November, 2020
One in eight of Irish electorate would vote for Trump if they could
Some 62 per cent of Aontú voters favour Donald Trump in the US election, according to the poll. Picture: Getty

One in eight Irish people would vote for President Donald Trump if they had the option of doing so, according to a new poll, with Irish millennials most likely to favour the current US President.

A total of 13 per cent of Irish people said they would vote for Trump in the upcoming US presidential election if they were able to do so, while 80 per cent of Irish people would favour Joe Biden, the...

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