Exit poll predicts three-way tie in Ireland

Exit poll predicts three-way tie in Ireland

As per an exit poll following the Irish elections, the republican party won 22.3% of the vote while Leo Varadkar’s ruling Fine Gael party slumped to 22.4%. Fianna Fáil, the main opposition party, won 22.2%. If this is replicated in actual results, it would signal an unprecedented tie among the three parties. Sinn Féin’s surge (13.8% in 2016) reflects criticism of soaring rents and homelessness.

Marcus Rogers
Marcus Rogers 4 months

Common Irexit

The Right Perspective
The Right Perspective 4 months

All sides of the same coin. There is no mention of how the new nationalist party went.

Occam’s lazer
Occam’s lazer 4 months

The bias off that nyt article is almost physical. Not everyone that wanted Ireland to secede also planted car bombs

Apache helicopter
Apache helicopter 4 months

so.. in other words, a menage-a-troi?

IvoryDove 4 months

This news is so disturbing to Irishmen that drinking and fighting have been suspended until further notice!

I Am Grug
I Am Grug 4 months

Wait what’s going on?

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