3.8% don’t want the border

Northern Ireland border
A survey by the Belfast Telegraph newspaper this week revealed that just 3.8% of people in Northern Ireland want the border to be removed immediately.

A survey by the Belfast Telegraph newspaper this week revealed that just 3.8% of people in Northern Ireland want the border to be removed immediately.

Less than quarter feel it should be got rid of in less than 20 years.

The poll revealed that more than 44% will not vote in the next election.

The survey is part of the a series of Lucid Talk polls 2013 for the Belfast Telegraph.

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