The new divide is not one between rich and poor, but between those with, and those without, debt and financial commitments, writes Richard Colwell.
Gains for Sinn Fein, but Fianna Fail seem unable to move above the low twenties in terms of share of the first preference vote, writes Richard Colwell.
At a topline level, it appears that the same sex marriage referendum should pass relatively easily.
Independents are popular, but there is no real appetite for a new party, writes Richard Colwell.
The junior coalition partner's budget wins' have failed to boost their standing among the electorate
A large chunk of undecided voters are past Fianna Fáil supporters - this is a good platform for recovery, writes Richard Colwell.
The move back to Fianna Fáil is perhaps more gradual than some commentators have suggested, writes Richard Colwell.
Eamon Gilmore will be hoping that all is not as bad as it seems, writes Richard Colwell.
There is significant support for wider availability of abortion, writes Richard Colwell.
Support for Sinn Fein has risen by 2 per cent, while Labour is already starting to feel the backlash in the long run-up to the budget, writes Richard Colwell.
The standout result from the latest Sunday Business Post/Red C tracking poll, published a month after the EU fiscal treaty referendum, is the apparent hangover for Sinn Féin.