The census of 1991 did not ask any questions about people's political opinions. It did ask about religious affiliation. Anybody who knows Northern Ireland would be aware that religious denomination does not equate accurately with constitutional aspiration, par-
ticularly in respect of Roman
Only when it is recognised that the majority of people in Northern Ireland do not fit neatly into one of two sectarian stereotypes can sensible discussions on its political future take place.
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