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Anglo Celt Polls

Please see below for all current polls on the Anglo Celt website. If you have already voted on any of our polls you may not be able to vote again.

After Brexit, is now the time for a referendum in the North on a United Ireland?

Poll ended on the 27th June, 2016 and the results were:

Yes.

57.3%

No, it's too soon but let the dust settle.

22.0%

Never.

12.2%

Let them have a second Brexit referendum first!

8.5%

Joan Burton is to step down as Labour leader. Who should take over?

Poll ended on the 15th May, 2016 and the results were:

Deputy leader Alan 'AK47' Kelly

12.8%

Sean Sherlock, Cork Lab TD

2.6%

Jan O'Sullivan, former education minister

15.4%

Bring back Michael D

10.3%

It doesn't matter, these turkeys are cooked after FG

28.2%

I just don't care

30.8%

Deputy Danny Healy-Rae has dismissed climate change. Do you agree?

Poll ended on the 9th May, 2016 and the results were:

Yes, only God controls the weather

13.3%

Yes, mankind had no hand, act or part in climate change

11.1%

No, even Pope Francis doesn't credit God for climate ch

15.6%

No, mankind is at least partly responsible for climate

44.4%

Wake me up when the government's formed

15.6%

Were Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael right to prioritise water charges in the negotiations?

Poll ended on the 2nd May, 2016 and the results were:

Yes, it is the biggest issue facing Ireland

17.1%

No, there's more important issues... health, housing etc

77.1%

I don't care - it's all been water torture

5.7%

After the death of an MMA fighter in Dublin, should the sport be banned?

Poll ended on the 15th April, 2016 and the results were:

Yes

48.0%

No

26.5%

No, but it should be made more safe

20.4%

Don't care

5.1%

What do you want to come of the negotiations to form a new government?

Poll ended on the 10th April, 2016 and the results were:

Fine Gael led minority government

17.0%

Fianna Fáil led minority government

25.5%

Grand coalition of FG and FF

19.1%

Second election

38.3%

Do you support Luas drivers in their strike action over this Easter weekend?

Poll ended on the 28th March, 2016 and the results were:

Yes, this is the best time to make a stand

10.4%

No, they get paid enough

78.3%

They deserve more pay, but I don't support this strike

10.4%

I don't care

0.9%

Should Enda Kenny resign as Fine Gael leader?

Poll ended on the 7th March, 2016 and the results were:

Yes

66.7%

No

23.2%

Don't care

10.1%

Which way are you voting in GE2016?

Poll ended on the 25th February, 2016 and the results were:

Fine Gael?

21.7%

Fianna Fail?

22.5%

Sinn Fein?

34.1%

Green Party?

4.1%

Direct Democracy Ireland?

11.6%

Independent?

6.0%

Who is the biggest winner from Deputy Sean Conlan leaving FG?

Poll ended on the 29th November, 2015 and the results were:

Sean Conlan - better chance as an Independent

18.8%

Heather Humphreys - she'ill get Conlan's FG supporters

43.8%

Joe O'Reilly - he'll get Conlan's FG supporters

12.5%

Fianna Fáil candidates

6.3%

Sinn Féin candidates

15.6%

Independent candidates

3.1%

Would you like to see a United Ireland in your lifetime?

Poll ended on the 8th November, 2015 and the results were:

Certainly, can't wait!

63.4%

Nope, build a wall please

13.4%

Bordering on indifference

23.2%

After the WHO's recent cancer warnings will you eat less processed meat?

Poll ended on the 2nd November, 2015 and the results were:

Yes - I'll cut it out completely

11.9%

Yes - I'll eat less than normal

30.5%

It won't make any difference

39.0%

No, after this cigarette I'll have a raccoon pastie

18.6%

Should the Irish anthem continue to be played and tricolour flown at GAA games?

Poll ended on the 5th October, 2015 and the results were:

Yes they are intrinsic to the GAA and what it stands fo

79.3%

Yes (for another reason)

3.4%

Toss a coin, I don't care

3.4%

No, Gaelic games shouldn't be politicised

13.8%

No (for another reason)

0%

The Fine Gael selection convention is set for Sep 8. How many seats will they get?

Poll ended on the 31st August, 2015 and the results were:

Four. A clean sweep of Cavan-Monaghan 2016!

3.0%

Three. They can hold on to what they have.

3.0%

Two. Any more is unrealistic - there's only four seats.

42.4%

One. There's a backlash coming.

27.3%

None. Viva la revolucion!

12.1%

I've long stopped caring about Irish politics.

12.1%

What way will you vote in the next General Election?

Poll ended on the 15th June, 2015 and the results were:

Fine Gael

19.2%

Fianna Fáil

13.5%

Sinn Féin

37.5%

Independent & others

12.5%

Don't know yet

12.5%

I won't be voting

4.8%

Which way will you vote on Friday in the Marriage Equality referendum?

Poll ended on the 23rd May, 2015 and the results were:

Yes

71.0%

No

25.1%

Undecided

0.5%

I won't be voting

3.4%

Do you agree with plans to ban low-cost booze?

Poll ended on the 11th February, 2015 and the results were:

Yes, we are incapable of self restraint

37.5%

Yes but the proposals go too far

5.4%

No, €20 for 20 bottles of beer... happy days!

50.0%

I'm teetotal, it won't affect me

7.1%

Will you be celebrating Valentine's Day with someone special?

Poll ended on the 3rd February, 2015 and the results were:

Of course, why not? It's a lovely day.

33.3%

Absolutely not. It's just blatant marketing.

23.8%

I will but not because it's Valentine's Day.

19.0%

No. It just has bad, bad, baaad memories.

9.5%

It's a day like any other. Makes no difference.

14.3%

Will this weekend's water charge protests make any difference?

Poll ended on the 3rd November, 2014 and the results were:

If enough people turn out, yes

28.1%

Yes, the TDs know it's going to cost them in the election

40.4%

No chance, no matter how many turn out

12.3%

No, the government has to bring the charges in

14.0%

Maybe

3.5%

Don't care

1.8%

If there was a snap election who would you vote for?

Poll ended on the 20th October, 2014 and the results were:

Sean Conlan

0.0%

Heather Humphreys

13.0%

Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin

29.0%

Joe O'Reilly

8.0%

Brendan Smith

38.0%

John Wilson

12.0%

Are maximum 80% mortgages a good idea?

Poll ended on the 13th October, 2014 and the results were:

Yes, we need to deflate the bubble

69.2%

No, first time buyers will struggle to get on the ladder

23.1%

No, it'll put rents through the roof

3.8%

I've no idea

3.8%

Who's to blame for the Fine Gael - John McNulty debacle?

Poll ended on the 7th October, 2014 and the results were:

Enda Kenny

40.8%

Heather Humphreys

12.2%

John McNulty

8.2%

Fine Gael National Executive

2.0%

All of the above

14.3%

I don't care - there are more important things

22.4%

If you were Scottish, what way would you vote today?

Poll ended on the 25th September, 2014 and the results were:

Och aye

70.3%

Nah

29.7%

Should Castlerahan be allowed a rematch with Mullahoran in SFC after 'lights out' incident?

Poll ended on the 18th September, 2014 and the results were:

Yes, definitely - a lot can happen in two minutes

30.6%

No, they've lost three games at this stage

65.0%

It's irrelevant, the Gaels are going to win anyway

4.4%

The Ice Bucket Challenge phenomenon that's spreading ALS (Motor Neurone Disease) awareness across the world is to be adopted by journalists here at The Anglo-Celt. But its being left up to the readers to choose which one of them gets a bucket of ice water

Poll ended on the 22nd August, 2014 and the results were:

Linda O'Reilly

40.1%

Damian McCarney

6.0%

Paul Fitzpatrick

32.4%

Paul Neilan

6.6%

Seamus Enright

14.8%

The cost of school uniforms is in the news again, should they be done away with?

Poll ended on the 5th August, 2014 and the results were:

I'm a parent, yes, they're another, needless expense

20.0%

I'm a parent, no, they promote equality among pupils

72.0%

I am a pupil, yes, everyone should be allowed to wear w

4.0%

I am a pupil, no, I don't mind the uniform

4.0%

No opinion

0%

Should the Cavan senior management team stay or go?

Poll ended on the 23rd July, 2014 and the results were:

It's time to go!

30.2%

They should be given more time

32.1%

The players are to blame for Cavan's performance

26.4%

I don't care about football!

11.3%

By how much will Cavan beat the Rossies

Poll ended on the 11th July, 2014 and the results were:

Not a chance!

29.6%

Draw

2.5%

Marginally

50.6%

By a good margin(0-5 or more)

12.3%

We'll stuff them!

4.9%

Would you like to see The Anglo-Celt go tabloid?

Poll ended on the 26th June, 2014 and the results were:

Yes - tabloid all the way!

24.2%

Yes - but in size not style

44.1%

I don't mind eitherway

5.6%

No - I love broadsheet

26.1%

Who do you think should lead the Labour Party?

Poll ended on the 11th June, 2014 and the results were:

Joan Burton

46.7%

Alex White

53.3%

How will Cavan fare this weekend against Armagh?

Poll ended on the 8th June, 2014 and the results were:

Win comprehensively

9.8%

Win marginally

59.8%

Draw

5.4%

Lose marginally

19.6%

Lose spectacularly

5.4%

Who will you give your first preference vote to in the local elections?

Poll ended on the 12th May, 2014 and the results were:

Fianna Fáil

20.7%

Fine Gael

11.6%

Labour

3.5%

Independent

10.6%

Sinn Féin

50.5%

Haven't decided

3.0%

Who is going to win The Voice of Ireland final?

Poll ended on the 27th April, 2014 and the results were:

Brendan McCahey

75.0%

Jamie Staunton

0.0%

Laura May Lenehan

18.8%

Kellie Lewis

6.3%

Can the Cavan U21s go all the way this year?

Poll ended on the 18th April, 2014 and the results were:

Yes We Can!

62.8%

It's looking good

15.4%

They'll get to the final

3.8%

Not a chance

17.9%

Do you agree with circuses?

Poll ended on the 1st April, 2014 and the results were:

Yes, I love the circus!

8.3%

Yes, if they are properly run and the animals are well treated

52.8%

No, animals should not be kept and used in this way

33.3%

I don't care

5.6%

Will you vote in the local elections in May?

Poll ended on the 24th March, 2014 and the results were:

Yes, I'm actually looking forward to it.

30.3%

No, politicians have destroyed my faith in democracy.

24.2%

Yes, change can come through a message from the people.

36.4%

No, I've just no interest.

6.1%

Here's my spoiled vote just in this poll!

3.0%

Do you think that the Junior Cert needs to be reformed?

Poll ended on the 18th March, 2014 and the results were:

Yes, radically, it's long overdue

44.7%

Yes, some reform is needed

29.8%

No, it's fine as it is

17.0%

Haven't we got better things we could be doing with our

8.5%

Should major supermarkets be allowed to set up on the outskirts of towns?

Poll ended on the 10th March, 2014 and the results were:

Yes, it means more jobs

27.3%

Yes, it means better deals for customers

30.3%

Don't care

0%

No, they can result in desolate main streets

42.4%

No, they can result in net job losses

0%

Would you like to see the former Quinn management team take control of Aventas?

Poll ended on the 3rd March, 2014 and the results were:

Yes, they are local and have a wealth of experience

32.1%

Yes, they should never have been ousted in the first place

35.8%

No, it's time to move on

13.6%

I have Quinn fatigue

18.5%

Is there a need for post offices in a modern day Ireland?

Poll ended on the 25th February, 2014 and the results were:

Yes, absolutely they provide key services

85.1%

No but they are an important part of our rural fabric and must be maintained

7.9%

No, get rid of them, they are a waste of money

6.9%

Will you celebrate Valentine's Day?

Poll ended on the 14th February, 2014 and the results were:

Yes, love is in the air!

23.5%

Yes but only because I have to

5.9%

No, it is too commercial and not romantic

38.2%

Valentine's Day should be banned

32.4%

Have you ever participated in drinking games?

Poll ended on the 10th February, 2014 and the results were:

Yes, it's part of our culture

18.3%

Yes, but I have more sense now

25.0%

No, never

56.7%

Will Cavan get promoted in the League?

Poll ended on the 22nd January, 2014 and the results were:

Yes, we'll top the group!

33.3%

Only if we get off to a good start.

27.8%

Yes, but a tough schedule means we'll scrape second.

11.1%

No, we're not consistent enough.

27.8%

Taoiseach Enda Kenny will not re-introduce the 'Christmas bonus' for elderly, ill or unemployed: "We do not have the money."

Poll ended on the 16th December, 2013 and the results were:

Disagree, TDs are on €100K-plus, so some money is there

38.5%

Disagree, it is a much-needed boost to these groups at Christmas

26.9%

Agree, it's things like that that ruined us, get a job

11.5%

Agree, the money is not there

23.1%

NEW POLL: Where will you spend Christmas Day this year?

Poll ended on the 3rd December, 2013 and the results were:

At home with family.

68.3%

In Ireland but won't make it home on the day.

1.7%

Abroad, I've emigrated.

21.7%

Abroad, on holiday.

0%

In work!

3.3%

On the street if it gets any worse.

5.0%

What should happen to Cavan's ghost estates?

Poll ended on the 25th November, 2013 and the results were:

Demolish them

44.4%

Fix them up sufficiently so that buyers are found

49.2%

I don't care - leave them to the ghosts

6.3%

Should traffic wardens also be litter wardens, as suggested at the recent county council meeting?

Poll ended on the 18th November, 2013 and the results were:

Yes, it would help to deter litter-louts

63.2%

Yes, so long as other public servants also take on other jobs

13.2%

No, the towns around the county are clean enough

5.3%

No, traffic wardens already have a job so it would be u

18.4%

I don't care

0%

In next year's referendum on gay marriage how will you vote?

Poll ended on the 11th November, 2013 and the results were:

Yes, gay people should have full marriage rights

45.0%

No, I believe in traditional marriage

47.5%

I don't care

7.5%

John Joe Nevin has announced his professional future, how will he do?

Poll ended on the 28th October, 2013 and the results were:

He can be a world champ

31.4%

He'll find it tough out there but will do well

31.4%

His style is best suited to amateur success

8.6%

It's a mistake, I just can't see it working

28.6%

What do you think of the complete ban on smoking in local hospitals?

Poll ended on the 7th October, 2013 and the results were:

It's a good idea

57.8%

It's another example of the nanny state gone too far

23.4%

It's not fair on patients who smoke

18.8%

It's not fair on visitors who smoke

0%

I don't care

0%

What's your take on Arthur's Day?

Poll ended on the 30th September, 2013 and the results were:

Great - it's like a second St Patrick's

10.3%

Cynical advertising ploy and I wish it was banned

58.6%

I don't care either way

31.0%

Who would you like to see replace Trap as Ireland soccer manager?

Poll ended on the 16th September, 2013 and the results were:

Martin O'Neill

59.1%

Mick McCarthy

6.1%

Brian McDermott

0%

Roy Keane

19.7%

Liam Brady

1.5%

Surely there's someone better than that lot?

13.6%

Should a parent be allowed to spank their child?

Poll ended on the 9th September, 2013 and the results were:

No, it's assault

13.0%

No, it teaches them to hit other children

8.0%

No, for other reasons

14.0%

Yes, it is a way for them to learn lessons

17.0%

Yes, it did me no harm

36.0%

It's every parent's choice

12.0%

If a snap election was called, who would you vote for?

Poll ended on the 2nd September, 2013 and the results were:

Labour

5.1%

Fianna Fáil

23.1%

Fine Gael

20.5%

Sinn Féin

37.2%

Other

9.0%

Would not vote/would spoil my vote

5.1%

A Cavan GP has welcomed the possibility of cannabis on prescription. What do you think?

Poll ended on the 26th August, 2013 and the results were:

Agree... for palliative cases for pain relief only.

11.1%

Agree... what's the problem with it in general?

80.9%

Disagree... It'll lead to wider use, not just 'medical'

3.0%

Disagree... It's addictive and dangerous.

2.0%

Whatever, man...

3.0%

Cian Mackey this week said he'd welcome Seanie Johnston back in the Cavan fold. Would you?

Poll ended on the 12th August, 2013 and the results were:

Yes, even though he was in the wrong, he's too good.

17.8%

Yes, he did nothing wrong in the first place.

13.8%

No, he's burnt his bridges.

57.2%

No, although he did nothing wrong he's not good enough

5.1%

Don't care.

6.1%

How far will our heroes go in the Championship?

Poll ended on the 30th July, 2013 and the results were:

London are being underestimated, shock in store.

3.6%

Beat London but go out in the quarterfinals.

27.7%

Kind quarterfinal draw and beat Monaghan!

39.3%

Into the semis and daring to dream.

29.5%

Do you think the passing of the abortion bill in the Dail is...

Poll ended on the 16th July, 2013 and the results were:

Going too far?

48.3%

Getting it right?

31.0%

Falling short?

20.7%

Will the Quinns be vindicated by the revelations in the Anglo Tapes, as Paul Williams believes?

Poll ended on the 10th July, 2013 and the results were:

Yes, they were tricked into buying Anglo shares.

85.0%

No, it was purely greed at work and they owe the state.

8.0%

We will never fully know, regardless of what comes out.

7.0%

Should gay marriage be legalised in Ireland?

Poll ended on the 11th June, 2013 and the results were:

No, same sex relationships are just wrong

18.3%

No, the civil partnership laws are sufficient

21.6%

Yes, same sex couples should have the same rights

60.1%

In light of the creche scandal, as exposed by RTE, is a mother's place in the home

Poll ended on the 4th June, 2013 and the results were:

Yes, definitely

15.2%

If at all possible, but sometimes people just have to work

28.3%

No, the majority of childcare facilities are good

15.2%

No but parents should be more proactive about vetting

41.3%

Should Alan Shatter resign over penalty points debacle?

Poll ended on the 28th May, 2013 and the results were:

Yes, it is inexcusable

53.3%

Yes, the Taoiseach should force his resignation

17.8%

No, the Minister has a right to this information

8.9%

No, I can't see what the big deal is

20.0%

Should traffic wardens be given powers to issue litter fines?

Poll ended on the 22nd May, 2013 and the results were:

Yes, there is no excuse for littering

77.3%

No, this duty should fall to somebody else

19.6%

No, what’s the big deal about littering anyway?

3.1%

Have you paid your property tax yet?

Poll ended on the 14th May, 2013 and the results were:

I have paid it.

33.3%

I have made arrangements to do so.

4.0%

I have not but intend to.

26.7%

I have not and will not as it's not right.

36.0%

Should abortion be legalised?

Poll ended on the 6th May, 2013 and the results were:

Yes, a woman has a right to choose

43.0%

Only in cases where the mother's life is in danger (not including suicide)

28.1%

Yes, in cases where suicide is threatened

5.3%

Abortion should not be allowed under any circumstances

23.7%

Is it right to push the retirement age back to 70?

Poll ended on the 30th April, 2013 and the results were:

Yes, we're all living longer healthier lives

14.3%

No, we deserve time to enjoy our retirement years

60.7%

No, people need to retire to make jobs for graduates

21.4%

No, the government will keep pushing it back

3.6%

Can the Cavan U21s get around Cork to reach the All-Ireland final?

Poll ended on the 16th April, 2013 and the results were:

Yes we can!

53.1%

We have a fair chance

31.3%

It's unlikely but here's hoping

9.4%

Not a hope

6.3%

Does the by-election result really reflect how the people feel about the government?

Poll ended on the 2nd April, 2013 and the results were:

Yes, they are happy with FG but not with Labour

47.1%

No, it was a personality vote

41.2%

I really don't care

11.8%

Do the Irish drink too much on St Patrick's Day?

Poll ended on the 19th March, 2013 and the results were:

Yes, it's an excuse for drink

47.7%

No, a small minority take it too far

31.4%

We don't drink enough!

20.9%

After three games Cavan's footballers lie in second place in Div 3 - will we get promoted?

Poll ended on the 11th March, 2013 and the results were:

Certainly - we're an unstoppable force!

70.0%

No chance - doomed to Div 3 for infinity.

22.0%

The wheels are about to come off - next stop Div 4!

8.0%

Do you think the new broadcasting charge (regardless of whether you have a TV) is...

Poll ended on the 6th March, 2013 and the results were:

Fair, it will solve the problem of TV licence dodgers

21.6%

Totally unfair, it is just an excuse for the government to collect more money

71.6%

There's nothing I can do about it anyway

6.8%

When should gardaí be armed with guns?

Poll ended on the 12th February, 2013 and the results were:

Major crime units or the armed response unit only

11.9%

When they are escorting large sums of cash

2.0%

Both of the above

17.8%

All levels of gardaí should be armed

43.6%

Gardaí should never be armed

24.8%

How will Tesco's future store affect Cavan town?

Poll ended on the 14th February, 2013 and the results were:

It will be a big boost for the town

44.5%

It will tear the heart out of the town

36.5%

It will make little or no difference

19.0%

How much will you spend this Christmas, all told?

Poll ended on the 6th December, 2012 and the results were:

Less than €250, there's a recession on, like

45.8%

€250-€500, I'll be spending a bit but nothing huge.

27.1%

€500-€1,000, it's once a year.

14.6%

€1,000-plus. There, I said it.

12.5%

How will you vote in the Children's Referendum?

Poll ended on the 5th November, 2012 and the results were:

Yes, because I agree with it

35.7%

Yes, but I'm not certain about the issues

14.3%

No, because I disagree with it

28.6%

No, but I'm not certain about the issues

3.6%

Won't vote because I don't care

3.6%

Won't vote - I don't understand the issues

14.3%

How do you feel about the new abortion clinic in Belfast?

Poll ended on the 22nd October, 2012 and the results were:

It's outrageous and should be closed immediately

56.2%

I welcome it, and hope that one opens in the South soon

43.6%

I don't care

0.3%

If you haven't paid the Household Charge - why not?

Poll ended on the 18th October, 2012 and the results were:

Can't afford to

43.8%

Can't afford to but I will pay at a later date

8.3%

Won't pay because it is the politicians' faul

29.2%

Won't pay because it is the bankers' fault

2.1%

There's a household charge?

16.7%

Are Cavan turfcutters right to continue cutting?

Poll ended on the 1st October, 2012 and the results were:

Yes - it's their turf

54.3%

Yes, I don't dig the enrivornmental issues

11.4%

No, the law's the law

11.4%

No, for environmental reasons

22.9%

Who will win the Cavan SFC 2012?

Poll ended on the 13th September, 2012 and the results were:

Castlerahan

15.7%

Killygarry

13.5%

Kingscourt Stars

42.7%

Mullahoran

28.1%

Would you vote for Quinn if he stood for election?

Poll ended on the 6th August, 2012 and the results were:

Yes, he'd do a good job

62.3%

No way

34.1%

I won't vote for anyone

3.6%

Should the Quinns be jailed?

Poll ended on the 4th July, 2012 and the results were:

Yes, they've brought it on themselves

42.9%

No, they've suffered enough

36.1%

I've Quinn-fatigue, who cares

21.0%

Would West Cavan voters be better off in the Leitrim-Sligo constituency?

Poll ended on the 26th June, 2012 and the results were:

Yes

41.3%

No

45.7%

It would make no difference

13.0%

How far will Ireland go in the Euros?

Poll ended on the 15th June, 2012 and the results were:

Fail to get out of the group and play dire football

51.6%

Fail to get out of the group but do ourselves proud

24.2%

Quarter finals

6.5%

Semis?

3.2%

I believe!

14.5%

How far will Cavan go in this year's Championship?

Poll ended on the 24th May, 2012 and the results were:

All the way

18.1%

All-Ireland semi-finals

2.4%

All-Ireland quarter finals

0%

Decent run in Ulster

15.7%

Too dreadful to contemplate

63.9%

Do you understand what's in the EU Fiscal Treaty?

Poll ended on the 31st May, 2012 and the results were:

Not a clue - as impenetrable as Joyce's Ulysses

14.1%

Sort of - but not enough to vote either way

5.5%

Yes, and I'm voting 'Yes'

28.2%

Yes, and I'm voting 'No'

49.1%

I don't intend to vote

3.1%

Should Cardinal Sean Brady go?

Poll ended on the 9th May, 2012 and the results were:

Yes - his handling of the complaints was unacceptable.

75.5%

No - it was up to his superiors to deal with the complaints.

24.5%

Is Judge MacBride's zero tolerance the right approach in the war on drugs?

Poll ended on the 2nd May, 2012 and the results were:

Yes - prison's the only answer

67.1%

No - zero tolerance is unfair

13.7%

There is no right approach to war on drugs

19.2%

Will you co-operate with the installation of a water meter in your home?

Poll ended on the 25th April, 2012 and the results were:

Yes

15.7%

No

34.8%

I have a private source

19.1%

I just won't pay even if they cut me off

18.0%

Every other country pays, why shouldn't we?

12.4%

Will Belturbet benefit from the new bypass when it opens next year?

Poll ended on the 18th April, 2012 and the results were:

Yes

40.5%

No

45.9%

It will make no difference to the town

13.5%

Cavan lost out on 1,000 PayPal jobs. Whose fault?

Poll ended on the 11th April, 2012 and the results were:

The IDA

22.2%

PayPal

6.7%

The Government

26.7%

All of the above

13.3%

We don't have the proper facilities

11.1%

Who would want to locate in Cavan?

20.0%

Are you going to pay the household charge?

Poll ended on the 4th April, 2012 and the results were:

Yes

26.5%

No

43.1%

I will when I can afford it

3.9%

I will register but not pay

1.0%

No way, it will lead to more charges

25.5%

Vote for your favourite My School challenge

Poll ended on the 16th March, 2012 and the results were:

The Royal School

41.5%

Carrigallen Vocational

0.7%

St Clare's College

47.7%

Loreto College

1.4%

St Mogue's College

8.7%

St Aidan's Comprehensive

0%

Which of these TDs has delivered the most for Cavan and Monaghan in the last 12 months?

Poll ended on the 7th March, 2012 and the results were:

Joe O'Reilly (FG)

24.1%

Brendan Smith (FF)

20.7%

Caoimhghin O Caolain (SF)

36.2%

Sean Conlon (FG)

3.4%

Heather Humphreys (FG)

12.1%

They have all contributed equally

3.4%

Who should be the next Irish president?

Poll ended on the 18th August, 2011 and the results were:

Michael D Higgins

28.6%

Gay Byrne

14.3%

Gay Mitchell

20.4%

Mary Davis

6.1%

Brian Crowley

6.1%

Other

24.5%

Are you in favour of the new Tesco plans for Cavan town?

Poll ended on the 11th August, 2011 and the results were:

Yes

50.6%

No

37.0%

I don't care I shop elsewhere

12.3%

Will Cavan Minors beat the favourites Armagh to lift the Ulster Championship?

Poll ended on the 21st July, 2011 and the results were:

Yes

66.7%

No

33.3%

Can Cavan beat Donegal on Sunday?

Poll ended on the 13th June, 2011 and the results were:

Yes

59.0%

No

38.5%

Draw

2.6%

-

Poll ended on the 1st April, 2011 and the results were:

-

0%

-

0%

Should the British Queen be welcomed to Ireland on an official visit next year?

Poll ended on the 7th July, 2010 and the results were:

Yes, it's time to forgive and forget.

33.6%

Yes, if she apologises to the Irish people.

15.1%

No, the time is not right.

4.2%

Never.

16.0%

I couldn't care less.

31.1%

Do you think Cavan will make a success of the fleadh and win it for a second year?

Poll ended on the 2nd June, 2010 and the results were:

Yes

67.7%

No

15.0%

What's the fleadh?

11.8%

I don't care

5.5%

Should Cardinal Sean Brady resign over his non reporting of alleged abuse to the Gardai?

Poll ended on the 1st May, 2010 and the results were:

Yes

48.9%

No

24.2%

I couldn't care less

26.9%

What type of new year resolution have you made?

Poll ended on the 20th January, 2010 and the results were:

None at all

28.6%

To lose weight

35.7%

To quit smoking

7.1%

To exercise more

14.3%

To make the most of leisure time

14.3%

Should the government cut public sector pay?

Poll ended on the 12th November, 2009 and the results were:

Yes

56.1%

No

40.4%

I don't care

3.5%

Will you vote yes or no in the Lisbon Treaty Referendum?

Poll ended on the 25th September, 2009 and the results were:

Yes

38.0%

No

49.4%

Don't Know

5.9%

I'm not voting

6.7%

Will property prices drop further?

Poll ended on the 26th August, 2009 and the results were:

Yes

80.0%

No

17.5%

Don't know

2.5%

Can the authorities stop the violent attacks in Cavan town or is vigilante interference warranted?

Poll ended on the 13th August, 2009 and the results were:

Leave it to the authorities

43.1%

Vigilantes should intervene

52.3%

The attacks are exaggerated

4.6%

Should Tommy Carr stay or go as Cavan senior football manager?

Poll ended on the 4th August, 2009 and the results were:

Stay

52.3%

Go

31.8%

Don't Care

8.4%

Who's Tommy Carr?

7.5%

Do you think the government should lower the minimum wage to stimulate jobs in the economy?

Poll ended on the 29th July, 2009 and the results were:

Yes

33.9%

No

42.4%

In some sectors

16.9%

The minimum wage is too low

6.8%

What is your opinion of the VEC Education Committee gender rule?

Poll ended on the 22nd July, 2009 and the results were:

It is an ass!

66.7%

I agree with it.

0.0%

I strongly disagree with it.

33.3%

I strongly disagree with it.

0%

What is the VEC Education Committee?

0%

What do you think of the new Anglo-Celt website?

Poll ended on the 16th July, 2009 and the results were:

Not much

39.5%

Its great

60.5%

Will Cavan beat Antrim in the Ulster senior semi-final?

Poll ended on the 1st July, 2009 and the results were:

Yes

47.6%

No

48.3%

Draw

4.2%