The latest poll suggest that it's a 50/50 fight at the moment Vert. Whilst I'd agree that separation is the last thing the Irish, -or any country for that matter needs- at the moment is a divide. Also, it's been shown that Britain is losing money in Northern Ireland rather than making it, therefore the capitalistin British politics should be rubbing their hands at the thought of tax cuts.
Once more, if you know anything about Irish history -or at least the war between 1918/1921 then you'll know that Lloyd George made the treaty so that the separation would only be temp amount of time in which a peaceful process can begin.
In other words, if the Irish want it. Let them have it.
The latest poll suggest that it's a 50/50 fight at the moment Vert.
The vote would say otherwise. How come if its 50/50 the unionists and non-alligned parties did better? It seems to me from the vote is 1/3 want it, 1/3 don't and 1/3 couldn't care less.
Did the vote have a 100% turnout?
Each individual person has a roughly one in a four point five million effect on the election, assuming everybody actually votes.
Technically, I'm saying the individual makes no difference. The community makes a large difference, but people are not hive minds. They are individual thinking creatures.