Red C poll: Slightly healthier FF showing thanks to vaccine progress
The latest RedC poll shows little movement in support for the main parties, though that may all change depending on the success of the vaccine rollout
Fianna Fáil has regained some ground in the latest Business Post RedC poll as the stop-start vaccination programme finally gathers pace.
Last month, the party was down by two points to 11 per cent, but it has recovered that lost support to go back to 13 per cent.
The Covid-19 vaccination programme was initially delayed by supply issues, but in recent weeks the main problem has been the restrictions on the use of...
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