Sinn Féin surges ahead of coalition parties with 33% support in new Red C poll
The latest Red C poll shows an increase of four points for Sinn Féin, while Fine Gael is down by three points to 25 per cent. Fianna Fáil and the Greens are both down slightly at 12 per cent and 4 per cent respectively
Sinn Féin has extended its lead over the government parties since the release of the budget in its strongest ever performance in a Business Post/Red C poll.
The party’s support is up to 33 per cent of the first preference vote, an increase of four points on last month’s Red C poll.
Sinn Féin has surged ahead of Fine Gael, which is down by three points to...
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