SBP/Red C Poll: Voters favour abortion legislation
There is significant support for wider availability of abortion, writes Richard Colwell.
SBP/Red C poll: SF recovers after referendum hangover
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.
Tracking Poll: SF support drops from its pre-referendum high
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.
Treaty Poll: Early signs show No vote under pressure
Support for the fiscal treaty has increased, but Sinn Féin will relish the publicity it can gain by seeking a No vote, writes Richard Colwell.
Poll shows 'mini-backlash' against coalition parties
Fianna Fáil makes the biggest gains in today's Sunday Business Post/RedC poll, taking 18 per cent of the first preference vote, writes Richard Colwell.
Fine Gael benefits from an Obama bounce to extend its honeymoon
There is nothing like a successful visit by an international leader - or two - to cement a government’s positive public perception and extend its honeymoon period in government. At least that appears to be the finding from the latest Sunday Business
Labour Party surge persuades Fine Gael supporters to switch
The retention of support for the Labour Party in this month’s Red C/ Sunday Business Post poll is bad news for Fine Gael.