44% of respondents say they'll vote to repeal the 8th amendment, according to a new poll.
That's a drop of three points since April but still 12 per cent more than the 32 per cent who say they'll vote no.
The undecideds are at 17 per cent - a drop of three points, while 5 per cent say they won't vote.
The latest ‘Irish Times’/Ipsos MRBI poll finds once the "undecideds", and those who will not vote are excluded, the Yes side leads by 58 per cent to 42 per cent
The Irish Times/Ipsos MRBI poll was carried out among 1200 people on Monday and Tuesday of this week.
Shane Beatty was joined on this morning's edition of Kildare Today by Pat Leahy, Irish Times Political Editor.
Information published by the Referendum Commission on the Referendum on the 8th amendment is available here
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