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Dún Laoghaire always vote Yes and Donegal always vote No #Ireland #IrishPolitics #StabilityTreaty #DunLaoghaire

A very brief overview of the divided Irish voting patterns and a useful crib sheet for both Irish and non-Irish alike!
Dún Laoghaire voted Yes to
•The Lisbon Treaty in 2009 by more than 4:1
•The Nice Treaty in 2002
•Dissolution of marriage referendum of 1995
•The Twenty-Fifth Amendment of the Constitution (Protection of Human Life in Pregnancy) Bill 2001 was not approved nationally and in Dún Laoghaire was rejected by a clear majority.

And Yes, I’m from Dún Laoghaire :-)
The yes and no camps have 10 days to convince voters before they head to the polls.
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Be curious to see how this one pans out
A majority of Gov TD's in DL constituency
It's interesting that both Dún Laoghaire and Dublin South are consistently liberal and YES voters, but both remain very volatile where the parties are concerned. I think they're good examples of post-treaty-politics wards.
Ok, I've made my mind up. I'm one of the undecided !
I'm sure if we get it "wrong" they will ask us to try again!
Don’t even go there +Nick Burridge I will hang my head in shame if the rest of the country (!) get it wrong again.....
Didn't we have to answer two questions last time!
LOL Nick, that must have been the problem. We can only cope with one question at a time and we’re a teeny bit brighter in Dun Laoghaire!.No, I won’t even mention some infamous Kerry politicians…..
Hay whats wrong with our little capped man! he would have told you there are to many permutations!
Lead them to water but you cant make them drink
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