Almost half the people in this county are unsure as how to vote on the Fiscal Treaty, according to a survey carried out by Donegal on Sunday this weekend.
The survey focused on a cross section of each electoral area and found that 43 per cent of the people of this county are undecided as to how they will cast their vote at the end of May.
In sharp contrast to the national trend, a high percentage of people agreed that they will vote on May 31 with only 10 per cent saying that they would abstain. Nationally the percentage of undecided voters has increased from 16 per cent to 19 per cent.
Of those, in this county, who were decided 30 per cent said that they would vote against the fiscal treaty, almost double that of those who said that they would vote for the treaty. Fourteen per cent of those questioned said that they would vote Yes.
See the full story in today’s Donegal on Sunday.
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