So, I had a spare few hours a few months back and went through the election results from the 2005 Local Council elections on a ward-by-ward basis and my statistics showed that around 65% of votes cast for Sinn Fein and the SDLP in Northern Ireland came from the wards to the south and west of the black line below. (Most of the 'green' wards to the north and east are sparsely populated)
Is Repartition a potential future Plan B in the event that the Nationalist community never reaches the much talked about 50%+1?
Could financial incentives be offered to Nationalists in west Belfast, Moyle, north Armagh, etc and Unionists in Fermanagh, Tyrone, Dundrum, etc if they wished to relocate to the 'right' side of a new border?
Instead of resorting to the tired old P.ie cliches can we actually have a grown up debate about this?
After all, it's one plan that seems to get support from both Unionists and Nationalists (though not in any great numbers yet). Surely that is something that should be looked at in greater detail?