The survey commissioned by the Times found that only 29% of respondents said they would never hold a referendum on the division. One in four believes that the vote should take place within the next five years. 19 percent said "very soon" would like a Brexit Day referendum on March 29, 2019. About 12 percent said the vote should take place within the next decade.
17% of respondents said they were communicating in the "far future".
If the poll took place in 2019, just after Mrs Kann's Brexit, 48% of respondents said they wanted to vote to stay in the UK, another 48% said they wanted to join a & # 39; United Ireland.
If Britain went away without an agreement, the number of people willing to support a united Ireland would reach 55% of respondents, including 11% of unionists.
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On the other hand, 42 percent said they would prefer to stay in the UK, while 3 percent said they did not know.
The survey of 1,334 Northern Ireland voters was conducted from November 30 to December 3 by LucidTalk, a research company based in Belfast.
The survey also examined whether the people of Northern Ireland would support a second referendum: 83% of nationalists and 27% of trade unionists supported one.
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The survey commissioned by the Times also revealed that the DUP is not connected to what Northern Ireland citizens expect from their constituents in Westminster.
Although Arlene Foster has said that her ten MPs will not support the agreement on December 11th, a trade unionist out of four said 26% that the union factions were wrong to vote for Mrs. May's approval .
And 38% of the union members did not agree with the DUP tactics or they were not at all on agreement.
The incredible survey came while another YouGov poll showed that only two constituencies in the UK would support the resignation of the Prime Minister.
The survey found that only Borybourne and Christchurch, who were in Tory, supported Ms. May with another 30 constituencies, in which they said they preferred a Brexit without agreement.
And with over 600 seats, staying in the European Union would be the best result for Britain.
Ms. May today sent 30 cabinet ministers to universities, schools and workplaces to prevail over the decisive vote.