Many things unite us but it is hard to find a shared identity

Comment: Emblems make us revert to our old tribes, writes Paul Moran

Bloody Sunday in Derry 1972  when members of the parachute regiment opened fire on a banned civil rights march through the city. Photo: Pacemaker press

Paul Moran

The results of this Irish Independent/Kantar Cross Border Poll offer a fascinating insight into the mood on this island, as we stand on the cusp of the centenary of partition.