Loyalist poll shows vast majority are now anti-agreement and over 88% support a protest in Dublin

Let's Talk Loyalism has published the findings of a recent poll which surveyed over 1,000 members of the Loyalist community . The extraordinary findings demonstrate a clear realignment within Loyalism, with anti-agreement views now a dominant majority.

Loyalist poll shows vast majority are now anti-agreement and over 88% support a protest in Dublin

A survey, which engaged with over 1,000 people across a cross section of the Unionist and Loyalist community has published its findings: 

91.08% of those who participated believed that the Northern Ireland had to be abolished in its entirety

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86.49% would now vote against the Belfast Agreement

80.78% believe Unionism should boycott all North-South meetings

89.51% supported collapsing the Northern Ireland Assembly in protest against the Protocol

88.62% support a protest in Dublin with 55.78% of participants saying they would attend personally

93.14% believe that the Loyalist community is discriminated against by the PSNI

94.80% believe that the Republican community is given preferential treatment by the PSNI

50.05% would, if an election was held tomorrow, vote for the anti agreement TUV

The significant findings demonstrate a remarkable shift within the Loyalist community, demonstrating that viewpoints once labelled ‘extreme’, ‘hardline’ or ‘fringe’ are now mainstream within the Loyalist community. Those who support the Belfast Agreement are in a small minority within the Loyalist community, with a remarkable 88.62% also supporting a protest in Dublin. 

In addition, and significantly, over 89% of participants support collapsing the Assembly thus demonstrating the growing view that the so called ‘peace process’ in inherently biased and is designed to dismantle the Union. 

You can read the full report and analysis on Lets Talk Loyalism HERE 

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