New Poll Reveals 87% of people in Ireland support a ceasefire to facilitate negotiations to end the War in Ukraine.
The Peace and Neutrality Alliance (PANA) is today releasing the results of a major new commissioned Ipsos Omnipoll, showing 87% of people in Ireland support a ceasefire to facilitate negotiations in the Ukraine war.
The question asked:
" Are you in favour or not in favour of a ceasefire to facilitate negotiations between Russia and Ukraine to end the war?"
The response was: In Favour 87%, Not in Favour 8%, DK/No Opinion 5%
(1000 interviews were conducted by telephone among a nationally representative sample of individuals aged 15+.)
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This is a massive endorsement of PANA's position taken at the very start of the war.
Roger Cole stated “all political parties and the media must now seriously consider the opinion of the vast majority of the Irish people. In the year that marks the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement that brought the war in Ireland to an end through a process of a ceasefire and negotiations, should we not retain this same philosophy in the horrific war now raging in the Ukraine.”
To confirm this Press Release contact…
Tom Crilly, Communications Officer, PANA,
Tel 087 2937558
Roger Cole, Chair, PANA,
Edward Horgan, International Secretary and Irish language spokesperson, PANA,
Tel 085 8519623
For more information:
Neutrality, NATO, and the attack on Ireland’s Triple Lock
Brussels Activists Peace Forum