For the first time in many years, public opinion has started to shift towards support for a bizonal, bicommunal federal Cyprus.
According to a very recent government poll, just 23% to 25% of the electorate would vote “no” in a reunification referendum – regardless of what happens at the negotiating table.
Meanwhile, over half of respondents – 55%-60% — said they would vote in support of a ‘good plan’, or said they would certainly vote “yes” if negotiations were to be continued in the same positive spirit as they were being held now. The government poll found 15% of respondents undecided. Similar findings appear in polls conducted on behalf of political parties.
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