In the context of a ‘hard Brexit’ and Northern Ireland leaving the EU with no deal on the border, the Good Friday Agreement or citizen’s rights, how would you vote if a Border Poll referendum was held tomorrow with the question ‘Should Northern Ireland REMAIN in the European Union through joining the Republic of Ireland or LEAVE the European Union by staying in the United Kingdom’?

Field work dates: 1 December 2017 - 4 December 2017
Data from: Northern Ireland
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: In the context of a ‘hard Brexit’ and Northern Ireland leaving the EU with no deal on the border, the Good Friday Agreement or citizen’s rights, how would you vote if a Border Poll referendum was held tomorrow with the question ‘Should Northern Ireland REMAIN in the European Union through joining the Republic of Ireland or LEAVE the European Union by staying in the United Kingdom’?
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4 December 2017
Poll by Lucid Talk
Remain in EU by joining the Irish Republic in a United Ireland48%
Leave the EU by staying in the UK45%
Undecided - but would vote in a Border Poll6%
Would not vote or would spoil vote in a Border Poll1%

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    In the context of a 'Hard Brexit' and Northern Ireland leaving the EU with no deal on the border, the Good Friday Agreement or citizen's rights; if the question used in a NI Border Poll Referendum was: Should Northern Ireland REMAIN in the European Union through joining the Republic of Ireland or LEAVE the European Union by staying in the United Kingdom? If a NI Border Poll Referendum was held tomorrow (using this question) which way would you vote?

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