Taking into account the fact that the majority of undecided voters are likely to vote No in the upcoming referendum, but may be unwilling to say so, we asked voters what they thought the outcome would be. The result: a narrow 56 per cent vote for Yes
The current state of the parties is quite stable, so what does this poll tell us about the political landscape within which any election will be run?
As ever, the fight will be won or lost in the centre - and today’s poll shows undecided voters edging towards the No side
Based on past referendums, the gap between the sides is likely to be far closer than the figures suggest
At Sinn Féin’s recent ard fheis, Gerry Adams announced that he would be standing down as leade...
Only time will tell if this is part of a trend back to a largely two-party system
The indications are that the change in leader will bring about a significant bounce for Fine Gael
His achievements are significant, but perhaps chief among them has been the ability to fall on his feet, in boom or bust
Despite these gains, movements have on the whole been within the margin of error
Another election may end up with Fianna Fáil holding power and Fine Gael supporting supply and confidence
Signs things may not be as straightforward begin to emerge in today’s poll