Testing The Temperature 5
What do voters in Northern Ireland think about the Protocol?
Here we publish reports and analyses from the project's regular opinion poll survey of attitudes to the Protocol in Northern Ireland
As part of the project we are interested in 'temperature testing' public opinion on the Protocol and have commissioned LucidTalk to conduct regular surveys to determine attitudes on a range of issues relating to the Protocol and its implications for Northern Ireland. The surveys are being conducted every four months during 2021-2023 using LucidTalk’s online NI Opinion Panel.
Hayward, K. and Phinnemore, D. 'Do you understand the Protocol, and does it really matter anyway?', Belfast Telegraph, 24 February 2022
Hayward, K. and Phinnemore, D. 'What does the Northern Irish Public Think About the Protocol?, in Menon, A. et al (eds) British Politics after Brexit, UK in a Changing Europe, London, 22 February 2022, pp. 76-79
Hayward, K. and Phinnemore, D. 'Polling on the protocol: Westminster is a long way from Northern Ireland', New Statesman, 2 December 2021
Hayward, K. and Phinnemore, D. 'Northern Ireland voters and the Protocol', UK in a Changing Europe, 23 April 2021
Phinnemore, D. and Hayward, K. 'Crisis of confidence: Government has a lot to do to win back our trust', Belfast Telegraph, 21 April 2021
Hayward, K. and Phinnemore, D. 'People across Northern Ireland fear that the protocol will damage political stability', The Guardian, 21 April 2021