Eight out of ten voters want the next government to renegotiate the terms of the IMF and EU bailout deal, according to a Millward Brown Lansdowne poll in today's Sunday Independent,

The terms of the EU/IMF bailout deal have become an election issue, with conflicting views from the parties about whether renegotiation is possible.

The majority view of those polled is that any effort at renegotiation is doomed to failure – 52% say it is unlikely to succeed, against 36% who think it might.

Meanwhile, a large majority believe the Croke Park Deal is no longer realistic.

69% of those polled say the public service pay deal is no longer realistic, while 60% say compulsory redundancies should be part of the reform of the public sector. 31% say they should not.