Ipsos MORI Northern Ireland poll on the EU Referendum

Ipsos MORI conducted a survey on behalf of the Belfast Telegraph to explore attitudes towards the European Union (EU) and the EU Referendum taking place on 23rd June 2016.

Ipsos MORI conducted a survey on behalf of the Belfast Telegraph to explore attitudes towards the European Union (EU) and the EU Referendum taking place on 23rd June 2016. The survey examines whether the representative sample of Northern Ireland’s population believe the United Kingdom is stronger or weaker within the EU, perceived implications for leaving the EU and the individuals that influence the decision on how to vote in the upcoming Referendum.

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Technical note

1,012 adults representative of the Northern Ireland population aged 18 and over were asked a series of nine questions between 14th April and 4th May 2016. All interviewing was conducted on a face to face basis via Computer Assisted Personal Interviewing (CAPI). Data are weighted to match the profile of the population.

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