Extraordinary times bring extraordinary support for the government
Fine Gael’s support remains steady, while Fianna Fáil is seeing a worrying decline
The public approval for the government’s handling of the coronavirus crisis continues to underpin very strong party support for Fine Gael in our most recent poll, but is potentially worrying for Fianna Fáil in the short term.
Fine Gael sees its support remain steady this month, with a small further gain to 35 per cent after...
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