Thursday, 19 April 2012

One in four Fiscal Treaty referendum voters undecided


A new opinion poll shows the outcome of the May 31 European Fiscal Treaty referendum is wide open, with four in 10 voters still undecided.

The Irish Times poll published today shows that 30% of voters intend to vote yes, while 23% will vote no. However, 39% of people have yet to make up their minds.

At a similar stage during the first Lisbon Treaty referendum the yes side had a much bigger lead, although the Treaty ended up being defeated by 53% to 47%.

The poll this morning shows that support for the Treaty is stronger among men than women, while middle class people and farmers are more likely to say yes than those in working class areas.

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