• No (43.35%)
  • Yes (36.56%)
  • No but I'm not going to vote. (7.72%)
  • Yes but I'm not going to vote. (6.73%)
  • Undecided at the moment. (5.64%)
Auditor #9 Registered User
#631

It's possibly a bit too early for a poll on another Lisbon referendum but it might be interesting if the questions were qualified on changes to the existing treaty.

Wny don't you go for one anyway

Eurosceptic2008 Registered User
#632

Auditor #9 said:
It's possibly a bit too early for a poll on another Lisbon referendum but it might be interesting if the questions were qualified on changes to the existing treaty.

Wny don't you go for one anyway


Yes but the poll should make clear what concessions are on offer in that hypothesis. "changes" is too vague. It's what the changes are that counts to us no voters. BTW, has anyone noticed that of those in the above poll that excluding those who said they would not vote, the no vote is 53.3% - identical to the result last June. Scary huh?

oscarBravo Custodiam ipsos custodes
#633

Ancient thread unstuck and closed.

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