POLPART2: Political party support
VOTEGE19: How did you vote in the general election in December 2019?
IRBRIT: Do you see yourself as Irish or British?
UNINATID: Do you think of yourself as a unionist, a nationalist or neither?
UNINATST: Are you a very strong (unionist/nationalist)?
UNINAT5: Thinking back to around five years ago, how would you have thought of yourself?
VIEWGFA3: What is your view on the Good Friday or Belfast Agreement?
GOVRIGHT: Progress should be made on a Bill of Rights for Northern Ireland, to expand the protection of rights and reflect NI's particular circumstances
GOVTROUB: There should be no more criminal investigations, prosecutions or civil action against any Troubles-related deaths and serious crimes that occurred before 1998
GOVEXEC: The NI Executive must always include the largest nationalist party and the largest unionist party
GOVVOTE: Key votes in the Assembly should be passed on the basis of a weighted majority, e.g. 60% of all MLAs regardless of their unionist/nationalist/other affiliation
GOVPETIT: 30 MLAs from 2 or more parties should be able to use a 'petition of concern' to block legislation that has been passed by a majority in the Assembly
GOVCIVIC: Representatives of business, trade unions and voluntary sectors should be appointed to a Civic Forum for consultation by the NI Executive on social, economic and cultural issues
GOVINCR: The devolved powers of the NI Assembly should be increased, e.g. to allow Northern Ireland to set its own trade and immigration policies
UNTDIREL: At any time in the next 20 years, is it likely that there will be a United Ireland?
UKIN20YR: Do you think the United Kingdom will still exist in 20 years' time?
NIRELND2: What do you think the long-term policy for Northern Ireland should be?
REFUNIFY: If there was a referendum tomorrow, would you vote for N Ireland to unify with the Republic of Ireland?
UNIRLIKL: Does the UK leaving the European Union make a United Ireland more likely?
UNIRFAV: Does the UK leaving the European Union make you feel more in favour of a United Ireland?
REMLEAID: Do you think of yourself as a Remainer or a Leaver?
REMLEAST: Do you call yourself a very strong Remainer or Leaver?
EUREL: How close a relationship should the UK have with the EU in future?
HPROTCOL: Have you heard of Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland?
VPROTCOL: Opinion of Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland.
THINKEUR: Do you think of yourself as European?
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