Accuracy of cost-effective and flexible online surveys shows future of polling is digital
The current momentum is with the party, whose policy positions are finding favour with a broad range of voters
The party has been here before, but this surge has a strong possibility of being realised in the election on February 8
Polls indicate that the big two will need each other to form a government after the next general election. As support for Sinn Féin slides, the gain for the Greens could see them play kingmaker
The big parties may not have it all their own way, with the Greens making unexpected gains
Low scores on health and housing are partly balanced by better marks for performance on Brexit. But for how much longer?
Ireland is booming, we are nearing full employment - yet consumer confidence is in decline. In today’s Sunday Business Post/Red C poll, we discover a ‘sit up and take notice’ moment for the government
Looking at the polls for the presidential race, I’d be willing to do a show in my boxer shorts if Higgins doesn’t walk it
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