SBP poll shows slight drop in favour of Fiscal Treaty

A new poll out tomorrow shows that voters are set to pass the European Fiscal Treaty at the end of May.

However the Sunday Business Post Red C survey does show a small drop in support for the 'Yes' side since last month.

This latest poll shows that, while there is still substantial opposition to the treaty, some 47% of voters say they will vote in favor of it.

A further 35% claim they will vote against it, while 18% say they are still undecided.

When the undecideds are excluded the 'Yes' lead the 'No' by 58% to 42%.

This is a small change from last month, showing a 2% gain for the 'No' side, but it comes as the main government parties prepare to launch their campaign for a 'Yes' vote next week.


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