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How did you vote in the Referendum today?
Yes - Marriage 42%  42%  [ 62 ]
No - Marriage 9%  9%  [ 14 ]
Yes - Presidential 28%  28%  [ 42 ]
No - Presidential 20%  20%  [ 30 ]
Total votes : 148
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 Post subject: Re: Ref, EXIT POLL - How did you vote?
PostPosted: Sat May 23, 2015 9:50 am 
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Not even going to be close, looks like there was a strong silent yes to go with the noisy yes.


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Looks like a strong urban and rural YES.

The chatholic church is becoming so out of touch with the populace and or it is becoming largely irrelavent for most people.

This can only be a good thing. :D

Well done Ireland

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Looking like a 2:1 result.


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Very strong vote for marriage. Unusual in modern societies.

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mr_anderson wrote:
Looking like a 2:1 result.


Ahem

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Great results so far. It's a good day to be Irish!

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What is most impressive is the rural YES

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What is most impressive is the rural YES

Inisbiggle yes 2/ no 10

Down with this sort of thing

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I was working at a polling station yesterday.

There was a great buzz and interest in this referendum like no other.

Turnout at my polling station was 66% - highest ever at that location.

Very noticeable turnout of first-time and young voters making their voices heard.

Great to be part of such a historic day.

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On reflection, I know many here had their qualms about this going to referendum in the first place (and associated 'wasted money', etc.) and while this is certainly a valid point, and it could have seriously backfired for the Yes side, I'm glad of it now. I think in the last few weeks and months there has been a great level of awareness of LGBT people and if anything, even if it got nasty at times, great strives have been made this year in terms of tolerance and acceptance as a result of this nation-wide (and international) conversation. The fact that this has been introduced by way of popular vote is hugely significant and something to be incredibly proud of as a nation - especially as we have been labelled as backwards and highly conservative in the past. Hopefully this will be the beginning of widespread of acceptance of a large group of people into Irish society and the eradication of homophobia in future generations. There must be a great sense of relief today for those affected by the change and perhaps a sense of thankfulness to the masses who voted in their favour.

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