View Poll Results: For or against a re-united Ireland?

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    Re: For or against a re-united Ireland?


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    Re: For or against a re-united Ireland?

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    Re: For or against a re-united Ireland?

    The population of England is around 55 million. The population of the UK is around 66 million.

    Currently the UK accounts for 0.87% of the world's population.

    England is about to get smaller and have less power.

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    Re: For or against a re-united Ireland?

    The matter is decided; the people of North Ireland can vote on this in the near future. The territory carved out of Ireland to be a Protestant sectarian province has become almost 50/50 Protestant/Nationalist. It will be good for the people of the whole island to be together once again. Both traditions will need to compromise.

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    Re: For or against a re-united Ireland?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpel View Post
    Are you for or against a re-united Ireland?
    I support the Good Friday Agreement and Ireland's 19th Amendment, which, as I understand it, requires popular referendums in both Ireland and Northern Ireland if N.I. were to rejoin Ireland.
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    Re: For or against a re-united Ireland?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rumpel View Post
    Are you for or against a re-united Ireland?
    I don't know.
    But I do know that I care more about what the people of Ireland and North Ireland have to say about the matter, than some nationalistically inspired lines on a map.
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