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09 Feb 20 09:45
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If the three main parties got 22% each, what happened to the other 34%?

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Angoose
When: 09 Feb 20 13:38
The exit poll indicates that Fine Gael secured 22.4% of first preference votes, closely followed by Sinn Féin (22.3%) and Fianna Fáil (22.2%).

It also suggests the Green Party secured 7.9% of first preference votes, followed by Labour (4.6%), Social Democrats (3.4%), Solidarity People Before Profit (2.8%).

Indications are that Independents took 11.2% of first preference votes.
By:
Angoose
When: 09 Feb 20 13:40
Inflation accounts for the remainder .......
By:
Angoose
When: 09 Feb 20 13:43
Or possibly they went to Father Ted.
By:
Angoose
When: 09 Feb 20 13:48
Real possibility of a further election in the very near future, unlikely to be before the end of the Six Nations though.
By:
peckerdunne
When: 09 Feb 20 13:49
Laugh
By:
Angoose
When: 09 Feb 20 13:50
Sinn Fein will be kicking themselves for not fielding more candidates.
By:
Angoose
When: 09 Feb 20 13:52
Bizarre situation to have the two main parties ruling out a coalition with Sinn Fein whilst simultaneously insisting that Sinn Fein have a major role in the Northern Ireland assembly.
By:
impossible123
When: 09 Feb 20 14:00
Can Varadkar be deposed as Prime Minster?
By:
peckerdunne
When: 09 Feb 20 14:26
hes cooked man
By:
brassneck
When: 09 Feb 20 15:19
Storm Mary Lou hits IrelandShockedShockedShockedShockedShocked
By:
Kelly
When: 09 Feb 20 15:49
Could be an interesting 2-3 days .
By:
1st time poster
When: 09 Feb 20 16:39
THE FRUITCAKE,loons tory Brexit takes Cameron,may,tory moderates,labour party,DUP, varadaker in its wake whilst emboldening the SNP,AND SEIN FEIN, well payed sir,s
By:
lfc1971
When: 09 Feb 20 16:54
The ROI is a foreign country , what’s the problem ?
By:
politicspunter
When: 09 Feb 20 17:07

Feb 9, 2020 -- 10:39AM, 1st time poster wrote:


THE FRUITCAKE,loons tory Brexit takes Cameron,may,tory moderates,labour party,DUP, varadaker in its wake whilst emboldening the SNP,AND SEIN FEIN, well payed sir,s


There is definitely something in that.

By:
pa lapsy
When: 09 Feb 20 17:24
Indeed,brexiteers taking back control,take a bow the above.
By:
lfc1971
When: 09 Feb 20 17:29
Go on Ireland kick Leo out , lol
By:
pa lapsy
When: 09 Feb 20 17:33
Shure didn't he give ya a grand deal so ye could get on with brexit lfc?
By:
akabula
When: 09 Feb 20 17:34
Nowt but a banana republic bun fight.
By:
lfc1971
When: 09 Feb 20 17:37
you’re confused pl , that was Boris and  of course the U.K. electorate who voted Boris into power
That’s how it works , well it might be different in Ireland I don’t know
By:
pa lapsy
When: 09 Feb 20 17:42
Nah,Leo invited Boris to Dublin,they had a chat, dumped the dup(Laugh), brexit was on again and boris didn't die in a ditch.

It is a lovely story.
By:
lfc1971
When: 09 Feb 20 17:45
Yes , and look at how the grateful British people have repaid Boris
Maybe Leo should stay Grin
By:
lfc1971
When: 09 Feb 20 17:49
Ooohhhh, bye bye Leo
By:
akabula
When: 09 Feb 20 17:51
Leo will now be free to run off with Philip Schofield

Surely politically hed be better matched with Derek Mackay.
By:
lfc1971
When: 09 Feb 20 17:52
Oh god what has happened to the Irish Laugh
By:
pa lapsy
When: 09 Feb 20 17:56
Even before the seats are fully counted,plans being made for a United Ireland.

Ye played a stormer brexiteers,thanks again.
By:
lfc1971
When: 09 Feb 20 17:58
Maybe , might happen , perhaps , in a hundred years time
By:
lfc1971
When: 09 Feb 20 18:00
Scotland 300, maybe never
By:
Angoose
When: 09 Feb 20 18:01
United Ireland before 2030.
By:
lfc1971
When: 09 Feb 20 18:03
But they must not interfere with Brexit , or they will pay a very harsh economic lesson

Brexiteers are in charge now
By:
Angoose
When: 09 Feb 20 18:04
What will happen first, a reunited Ireland or a UK / EU comprehensive free trade agreement Confused
By:
akabula
When: 09 Feb 20 18:09
Boris will say no just like he said no to wee nippy.
By:
akabula
When: 09 Feb 20 18:11
Maybe the plans are for the ROI to rejoin the Union. That would make sense but would Boris let them? Doubt it.
By:
impossible123
When: 09 Feb 20 18:37
A demise Varadkar will feather his nest in The EU just a matter of time, I  presumed - he's so chumming with President Macron, Barnier and many of the parasites who'd no longer cut-it in their own country or been chucked-out.
By:
peckerdunne
When: 09 Feb 20 18:39
No chance
By:
impossible123
When: 09 Feb 20 18:56
Why? Has he been ostracised because of his latest predicament? Is it not part-and-parcel of being a politician to be out-of-favour sometimes?
By:
peckerdunne
When: 09 Feb 20 20:12
A He is to remain as leader of F/G

B He is a doctor

C He is a gay Indian with other priorities
By:
thegiggilo
When: 09 Feb 20 22:16
Combined vote of Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil:

1977 - 81.1%
1989 - 73.5%
2007 - 68.9%
2020 - 44.6%

The right on the wain,you love to see it..
By:
impossible123
When: 09 Feb 20 22:31
To remain an opposition leader with little hope of being PM for a long while is not be his cup of tea after gaining and tasting the importance of a politician in highest office because of Brexit; many doctors have been known to give up a career in medicine for politics, and still doing so esp in British politics. And, I do not get why a gay politician of Indian origin could not be accepted in The EU.
By:
politicspunter
When: 09 Feb 20 22:37
It's clear that the Irish electorate didn't give a hoot about Brexit. Only 3% said that was the most important issue when voting.
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