Deirdre Duffy of Fine Gael has been criticised on social media for saying said “a lot” of the 79% of Irish voters who voted Yes in the 2004 referendum on citizenship were motivated by “latent racism” and “fear”. What do you think? Is it wrong to label concerns regarding citizenship as “racist”?
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What is the biggest issue for you in this election?
- Immigration (41%, 504 Votes)
- Abortion / Social Issues (21%, 263 Votes)
- Housing (10%, 126 Votes)
- Tax and the Cost of Living (10%, 117 Votes)
- Health (9%, 109 Votes)
- Crime (3%, 42 Votes)
- The Environment / Carbon Tax (3%, 40 Votes)
- The Economy and Jobs (2%, 26 Votes)
Total Voters: 1,227
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