Nearly sixty percent of people in Ireland support increased EU defence and security co-operation.
That’s according to a RED C poll out today that was conducted for European Movement Ireland. The findings come almost fifty years after the majority of people in Ireland voted to join the EU in 1972. (vote on 10/05/1972).
The poll found that following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, fifty nine percent (59%) agreed that Ireland should be part of an increased EU defence and security co-operation. That’s up from fifty four percent (54%) last year.
European Movement Ireland’s CEO Noelle O’Connell, explains more about the Poll findings.
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