TIMESHARE, France – Irish exit polls showed that only 5.5% of voters chose to leave Ireland in the Timeshare Exit Poll for the 2019 General Election.
The poll, conducted on Monday and Tuesday in three cities, showed that the majority of voters in Ireland, 55.2%, said they would vote to stay in the country, while the remaining 17.9% said they had voted to leave the country.
The remaining 7.4% said their intention to vote to leave was undecided.
In the first round of the Timeshare exit poll for the 2021 General Election, the incumbent Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, had secured over 55% of the vote with 47.8% of those surveyed saying they would remain in the Republic.
However, his Fine Gael party received a majority of votes in the exit poll with 47% and 51% respectively.
The Socialists secured 37.5%, followed by the Fianna Fáil party with 32.5%.
The Labour Party secured 28% and the Green Party got 18.5.
The next Irish elections are due in 2022 and 2021 respectively.
Sources: Timeshare and the Timeshow exit poll