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Light at the end of the tunnel for coalition

Pat Leahy Today’s poll contains the first real signs that Fine Gael and Labour can win the next election

22nd April, 2015
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SThe state of the parties

Fianna Fáil remains rooted at the same level of support it achieved in the last general election.

Independent and small party support remains very high, if widely diffused, while the existence of the new party Renua has registered with at least some voters.

These are the outstanding points to take away from the latest Sunday Business Post/Red C tracking poll of party support, taken on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of last week and...

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