Tomorrow’s Red C poll for the Sunday Business Post looks interesting. Although, how much so may depend on who you believe. On Lisbon II, IOL reports [PA report? – Ed] “23% say they will vote against the EU reform measures, while 15% are still undecided ahead of the ballot on October 2” – leaving 62% saying ‘Yes’. But RTÉ gives different figures
The results show support for Lisbon holding up, with 52% of adults saying they will vote for the Treaty, 25% saying they will vote against and 23% are undecided.
Adds Red C’s Richard Colwell filters the results.On party support only iol, and Irish Election, have the figures.
Business Post poll; FF 24 +3. FG 33 -1. Lab 19 +1. GP 5 +1. SF 8 -2. Ind 11 -2.
According to the RTÉ report – “Red C surveyed more than 1,000 voters around the country on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday for the poll.”
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