The latest exit polls on a united Ireland suggests that two-thirds of voters would vote in favour in a referendum.
Findings from the RTÉ TG4 Exit Poll suggest there is significant support among Irish voters for a united Ireland.
65% of voters polled have indicated they would vote in favour of a United Ireland if a referendum was held tomorrow, while 19% would vote against the proposal. 15% of respondents to the poll said they did not know or refused to answer the question.
In another statistic that may be a cause of concern for the Fine Gael-led minority Government, shows that 42% of voters trust this Government to manage the economy and public spending well.
54%per cent of voters polled disagreed with the statement: “I trust this Government to manage the economy and public spending well”.
85% of Irish voters are delighted that Ireland has become more liberal in recent years. And 59% of voters have indicated that they believe the country is going in the right direction.
Almost nine out of ten voters (89%) believe there should be more policies to resolve the gap between rich and poor.
The exit poll comes at the start of several counts taking place around the country.
We will have reporters at all the count centres bringing our readers the very latest LIVE news, views and pictures as it happens.
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