Poll: 70% Of Respondents Would Vote In Favour Of Abortion In Limited Circumstances In A Referendum. - Kfm Radio

Kfm RadioPoll: 70% Of Respondents Would Vote In Favour Of Abortion In Limited Circumstances In A Referendum.Kfm RadioThe IPSOS MRBI poll for The Irish Times also shows that fewer than a quarter of those polled would vote in favour of a referendum allowing abortion in all circumstances up to 22 weeks gestation. 57 per cent of respondents would prefer the wording of ...and more »

Irish Politicians Don't Want to Legalize Abortion—But the People Do - New Republic

New RepublicIrish Politicians Don't Want to Legalize Abortion—But the People DoNew RepublicIreland's abortion ban has been in place for decades. But a new experiment in direct democracy might change that. By Kylie Noble. October 6, 2017. On the steps of the Irish Embassy in London on Saturday, hundreds gathered to hear the words of Irish ...and more »

Ireland's Big Abortion Decision - HuffPost UK

HuffPost UKIreland's Big Abortion DecisionHuffPost UKIn September 1983 the eighth amendment of the Constitution of Ireland was approved by referendum. This change in the law recognised the equal right to life of the mother and the unborn child even though abortion was already illegal in the country.and more »

Irish voters oppose fully liberalising abortion laws, poll shows - The Guardian

The GuardianIrish voters oppose fully liberalising abortion laws, poll showsThe GuardianProtesters in Dublin demanding the abolition of the eighth amendment, which gives equal rights to a foetus and a pregnant woman. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP/Getty Images. Abortion. Irish voters oppose fully liberalising abortion laws, poll shows. Survey ...and more »

Only 35% of voters would favour abortion in all circumstances - Buzz.ie

Buzz.ieOnly 35% of voters would favour abortion in all circumstancesBuzz.ieIrish voters have revealed that they would prefer a referendum to allow a limited liberalisation of the law on abortion. Advertisement. 00:00. /. 00:00. 00:00. Link. Copy to clipboard: Ctrl+C / Cmd+C. Embed. Copy to clipboard: Ctrl+C / Cmd+C. In May or ...and more »

Paddy Power: Ireland backed to vote for landmark amendment repeal - SBC News

SBC NewsPaddy Power: Ireland backed to vote for landmark amendment repealSBC NewsThe Irish government last week announced that it will hold a referendum at some point next year on whether to alter the country's stringent law on abortion. Voters are expected to go to the ballot in around May or June to vote on whether Ireland should ...and more »

Over half of voters would back a limited liberalisation of Ireland's abortion law - thejournal.ie

thejournal.ieOver half of voters would back a limited liberalisation of Ireland's abortion lawthejournal.ieVOTERS WOULD BACK a limited liberalisation of Ireland's abortion law, according to a new opinion poll. More than half of people (57%) surveyed for an Irish Times/Ipsos MRBI poll would prefer a vote allowing limited access to abortion – such as in cases ...and more »

Voters would reject referendum on full access to abortion - Irish Times

Irish TimesVoters would reject referendum on full access to abortionIrish TimesEven as the familiar arguments are rehearsed in the Oireachtas committee on the eighth amendment, and politicians fret about the public debate to come, voters appear to have a reasonably consistent view of the issue. The latest Irish Times/Ipsos MRBI ...and more »

Ipsos MRBI poll: a liberal trend on abortion - Irish Times

Irish TimesIpsos MRBI poll: a liberal trend on abortionIrish TimesLess than nine months out from a promised referendum on abortion, a large majority of Irish voters favours a significant liberalisation of what is one of the most restrictive legal regimes in the world. That's the first conclusion to draw from the ...and more »