Following Brexit, there has been discussion about whether a reunification of Ireland should take place. There are both people who are voting for and against a reunited Ireland.
This has therefore led to further debates, as both good and bad things can be found in a reunion.
According to further opinion polls, two-thirds of the population of the replica vote are in favor of Northern Ireland no longer being part of the United Kingdom but instead becoming part of a united Ireland.
Money again becomes a problem for the Irish people. A poll on Northern Ireland to become part of a united country has shown that 44 % of the population of Northern Ireland want to stay in the UK, with 35 % wanting to travel .
This is because tax bills would likely be raised if the country is reunited. 54% of the Republic of Ireland would reject an association whose tax bills would be raised.