News > EM Ireland/RED C Poll 2018: Support for Ireland’s EU membership at “All-Time High”.

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  • 11th May 2018 - 09:00 GMT

EM Ireland/RED C Poll 2018: Support for Ireland’s EU membership at “All-Time High”.

EM Ireland carries out an annual survey of Irish attitudes towards the EU. The poll is administered by Red C among a representative sample of 1,000 adults aged 18+ from across the country.

The latest poll commissioned by European Movement Ireland shows the number of those who believe that Ireland should leave the EU is in a steady decline since the Brexit decision. Just 11% of people now believe that Ireland should follow the UK example. This shows a dramatic decline from 2013, when support for Ireland leaving the EU was at 30%. Commenting on the outcome of the survey, Noelle O Connell, Executive Director of EM Ireland stated that “support for Ireland’s membership of the EU remains strong; in fact it is at an all-time high since we first undertook this poll in 2013.”

To read the EM Ireland press release on the results of the survey, click here. To view the results of the survey, please see the full EM Ireland/Red C poll infographic here.

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