More than half of Catholics in Northern Ireland want the long-term
future of the North to be as part of the United Kingdom, while only 16
per cent of the overall population favour a united Ireland, according to
a new survey.
The Northern Ireland Life and Times survey found
that just one in three Catholics (33 per cent) wants a united Ireland,
while 52 per cent want the North to stay in the UK, with 46 per cent of
Catholics happy with the devolved arrangements and 6 per cent favouring a
return to direct rule from Westminster.
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