8th Amendment - May POLL


#1

How Will you Vote Or Would Vote in the upcoming referendum

  • No - Retain
  • Yes - Repeal
  • Undecided
  • Abstain
  • Can’t Vote - Would Vote No, Retain
  • Can’t Vote - Would Vote Yes, Repeal
  • Can’t Vote - Would Abstain
  • Can’t Vote - Would but Undecided.
  • *Will Vote NO but not resident (intend to travel back to Ireland).
  • *Will Vote Yes but not resident (intend to travel back to Ireland).
  • Resident (including Postal voters)
  • Not Registered (Use for resident Non-Citizen status also)
  • Outside State

0 voters

  • READ CAREFULLY BEFORE VOTING -

You have two votes.

Vote1 - Indicate your preference, Retain/Repeal.
Vote2 - Indicate your status, Resident, Outside or Not Registered.

*Option : You must have been ordinarily resident in the State on 1 September in the year before the Register comes into force **(citizensinformation.ie/en/mo … tml#l862a3) This option assumes you are not and therefore your sneaky (and possibly illegal) vote is noted. :nin

Please vote accordingly.


#2

Bump :astonished:


#3

Would be cool to get age profile and gender along with this vote. I reckon it’s mainly +35 males on this site.


#4

*Way to offend the other half of the user base! :wink:

***Poll would be way too long, maybe in a later exit poll. **


#5

janey mack. That vote is a hell of a lot closer than I would have thought


#6

On a technical point, stripping out the actual eligible voters vs aspirational voters in the poll has reduce the noise to signal, assuming everyone is truthful.

If anyone made a mistake they can go back and change any of the options. Nor do you have to use both votes, just be real.


#7

Haha true…just judging by the fallout from the previous 02-08 bubble and where the majority of posters came from back then.

I’ve been thinking it will be repealed in and around the 55% mark and this poll seems to reflect that (so far).


#9

I forgot to put in my residency…how do I edit my initial choice?


#10

There is a tick icon indicating your current vote. Change it. Click submit vote to finalise.


#11

bump


#12

Voted yes and resident in Ireland


#13

can we get the poll adding up 100% to YES NO MAYBE NOT Voting
Voting in ireland is not on the ballot


#14

I would be interesting to see how many have changed from a yes to a no or no to a yes since the campaign started.
I’ve not changed though, but polls suggest that a significant number have switched sided since March.


#15

No 19 = 30%
Yes 45 = 70%

Poll results as of today, excluding the 2 undecideds. There are 66 eligible voters.

Is it my impression that some people have changed from a No to a Yes or have just more people voted Yes since the Nos were cast?


#16

I know that when the poll first opened, there was a flood of NO’s, so on day one there were more NO’s than YES’s