Originally posted by shavixmir
And believe me, all electioneering aside... the Republic doesn't want the loyalist problem either.
Britain spawned a (-nother) monster and any rational human being doesn't want them anywhere close.
The People in the Republic don't seem to agree with you:
Two out of three people in the Irish Republic would vote for a united Ireland, a major opinion poll has found.
Pollster Red C said its latest national survey – weeks after the Brexit result – shows a sharp rise in support for reunification since a similar opinion poll six years ago.
Asked how they would vote if a referendum was held tomorrow, 65 per cent of the sample electorate said they would vote in favour of a united Ireland.
Some 30 per cent said they would vote against it, while five per cent said they were undecided.
The findings show an eight per cent jump in support for a united Ireland since Red C posed the same question in a poll carried out for the Sunday Times in 2010.