Immigration has fallen below housing in the key issues for voters.

The latest Snapshot poll by Ipsos B&A for the Irish Times shows the Referendums on Family and Care were the biggest issues for voters in March.

23% of voters highlighted the referendums on family and care as the biggest issue getting their attention last month.

In particular, those polled highlighted how the campaigns were managed by the government.

That was followed by housing at 16%, while immigration fell from 22% in February to 14% in March.

With the referendums unlikely to feature in future polls, it's likely housing and immigrations figures will rise again in coming months.

The top three had the most attention by some distance, with climate change next on 5%, and the cost of living on 4%.


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