Wednesday February 19, 2020

Fianna Fáil out in front amid surge in support for Sinn Féin

Fine Gael at significant risk of seat losses as voters lose confidence in its ability to solve housing and health crises

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

26th January, 2020
Micheál Martin‘s party support is up two points to 26 per cent

Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin is out in front in the race to form the next government according to the latest Business Post Red C poll, amid a dramatic surge in support for Sinn Féin at Fine Gael’s expense.

With two weeks until polling day, Fianna Fáil is up by two points to 26 per cent, but support for Fine Gael has dropped by seven...

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