Sinn Féin surge to record poll high as Fine Gael lose ground
New warning signs for embattled Fianna Fáil as it trails in fourth place in Dublin in the latest Business Post/Red C poll
Sinn Féin’s support has surged to a record high at the expense of Fine Gael, in the latest Business Post/Red C poll.
The party has increased its support by three points to 30 per cent, which is the highest level it has reached since Red C began polling in 2003. It is also well ahead of the 25 per cent share of the vote that the party secured in last...
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