A poll published by the Independent suggests 74% of the Irish wants two major EU trade deal to be ratified by referenda.
Most Irish want to the opportunity to be informed and decide on the proposed US-EU (TTIP) free trade deal, as well as a planned agreement with Canada (CETA).
69% of public opinion are concerned primarily because they are not informed of the ramifications of TTIP and similar agreements.
The most skeptical group are young people aged 18-to-24, voicing concern over EU st...
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