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Northern Ireland opinion poll; January 1990.

Northern Ireland opinion poll; January 1990.

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Published by Ulster Marketing Surveys Limited in Belfast .
Written in English


Edition Notes

prepared for BBC Newsnight and Belfast Telegraph by Ulster Marketing Surveys Limited.

ContributionsBritish Broadcasting Corporation., Belfast Telegraph Newspapers Limited., Ulster Marketing Surveys.
The Physical Object
Pagination[60?]p. :
Number of Pages60
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21460274M

  Only 13% of people in Northern Ireland want to see a united Ireland in the short to medium term, according to a new survey commissioned by the BBC and RTÉ.   A new poll published by Lord Ashcroft has found that a slight majority of people in Northern Ireland would vote for unification with the Republic of Ireland if .

  The time has come to test whether the people of Northern Ireland would vote to unite with the republic. Lord Ashcroft’s poll carried out last month found a small majority in favour of having a. Northern Ireland voters would accept Boris Johnson’s new EU deal ahead of a no-deal Brexit, but a clear majority would vote to remain instead if given the choice, a new opinion poll has

  The Northern Ireland Assembly election will take place on Thursday 2 March, with the two dominant parties of unionism and nationalism - the DUP and Sinn Féin - expected to retain their seat at.   The Northern Ireland act of , which enshrined the Good Friday Agreement setting up joint rule in the provincial assembly, declares that London can call a border referendum if it appears likely that a majority of people in the province want to leave the Union and join the Irish Republic.


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Northern Ireland opinion poll; January 1990 Download PDF EPUB FB2

A bit like buses we had several months with no polling in Northern Ireland on the border referendum issue, and then several came along all around the same time: from Queen’s University Belfast (polling by Ipsos-MORI), the BBC (poll by LucidTalk), the NI Life and Times survey, and Lord Ashcroft Polling.

All four polls asked the key questions: [ ]. The official flag of Northern Ireland is the Union Jack de jure. The Ulster Banner was used by the Parliament of Northern Ireland from until the latter was abolished in The Ulster Banner is still used by some organisations and entities and has been adopted as an unofficial flag of the region by unionists but its use is controversial.

See Northern Ireland flags issue for l and largest city: Belfast, 54°36′N 5°55′W. The Irish Times/Ipsos MRBI poll. Read the latest Political News headlines, brought to you daily from Ireland's Definitive Brand of Quality News. Read the Irish Times Online. Background.

John Heddle was first elected to Parliament in the general election when he had gained the Lichfield and Tamworth constituency from Labour. After boundary changes, he represented Mid Staffordshire from He was a popular extrovert at Westminster but in the late s he found himself with severe financial problems due to the property price crash, and on 19 December he.

Slight majority for unification in Northern Ireland – poll More than half of NI voters polled think Brexit strengthens case for unification Wed,Updated: Wed,In the BBC opinion poll published today, support for a united Ireland is higher among people in Northern Ireland under the age of 49% support a united Ireland - 38% support remaining in the UK.

Background. In MayTheresa Villiers, Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, announced the next Assembly election would be postponed to Mayand would be held at fixed intervals of five years thereafter.

Section 7 of the Northern Ireland (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act specifies that elections will be held on the first Thursday in May on the fifth calendar year following that.

The Lucid Talk Northern Ireland 'Tracker' Poll shows the north's big two securing a 52 per cent share of the vote, compared with the per cent they together polled in the snap general. Northern Ireland differs from other parts of the UK in that there is a principle already established in political agreements and in international law that it should leave the UK and become part of a United Ireland in certain circumstances – if a majority of its inhabitants voting in a poll, and the majority also in the rest of Ireland, is in.

A Northern Ireland United Ireland poll showed that over half of voters would vote for reunification if a border referendum happened tomorrow. T he, poll published by Lord Ashcroft, shows that 45% of those survey said they would stay in the UK, while 46% said they would vote to leave and join the Republic of Ireland.

42% of people in the North want a united Ireland - poll In a rare result, the poll puts those who want a united Ireland almost on par with those who want to remain as part of the UK. A BBC Spotlight poll strongly indicates voters in Northern Ireland would reject a united Ireland in a border poll.

Even with the usual caveats attached to opinion polls, a 65% to 17% majority for. Opinion Sport Culture Lifestyle Show More News US news January The Guardian view on Ireland’s election: a contest with consequences About results for Opinion + Northern Ireland. A united Ireland would need to be backed by voters in both the Republic and north of Ireland.

Today’s poll was welcomed by Sinn Fein MP Chris Hazard, who said on. Northern Ireland polls of Westminster voting intention are quite rare. We are grateful to LucidTalk for running a poll in the summer of When new polls are available, they will be shown here.

You can see more details of predicted Northern Ireland seats, plus full constituency details for all Northern Ireland. The findings of the poll will give him food for thought, but the results are unlikely to change his mind.

The poll suggested that the favoured option among unionists was an indefinite suspension, while the most popular choice among nationalists was an election. It seems that whatever the secretary of state does, the flak will start flying. The DUP has dismissed an opinion poll which shows that a majority of Remainers and Leavers in Great Britain would be prepared to abandon Northern Ireland in order to secure their preferred Brexit.

JUST OVER a third of the English public want Northern Ireland to stay part of the UK, according to a new opinion poll. Independent pollster Lord Ashcroft published the findings on Twitter, showing 35% of English public quizzed were eager for Northern Ireland to remain part of the UK while 13% felt it should no longer be part of it.

An opinion poll for the BBC has shown surging support in Northern Ireland for a united Ireland. Brexit impact. Support to join the Republic of Ireland has risen to %, according to the poll. The Northern Ireland Peace Polls3 Poll 1 - Peace Building and Public Policy4 The first poll was conducted as a piece of pure research that explored various policy options for improving relations between the two communities in Northern Ireland.

Topics covered included: housing, education, parades, Irish language, policing and political development.RED C is the most frequently published and respected political pollster in Ireland. We publish political tracking polls for our key client The Sunday Business Post on a monthly basis, as well as conducting polls for other media sources, betting groups, political parties and candidates.All polls, trends and election news for the Irish parliament Dáil Éireann — Fine Gael, Fianna Fáil, Sinn Féin, Labour, Independents, Greens polls presented by POLITICO Poll of Polls.