Thursday September 24, 2020

Coalition sees bailout exit gains evaporate in new poll

The gains in support made by Fine Gael and Labour after the exit from the bailout have evaporated, while independents have seen a sharp rise in support to their highest ever level.

26th January, 2014

The gains in support made by Fine Gael and Labour after the exit from the bailout have evaporated, while independents have seen a sharp rise in support to their highest ever level.

The latest *Sunday Business Post/Red C* tracking poll, the first of 2014, will dampen government spirits as the coalition moves into an election year. Today's numbers will be especially worrying to Labour leader Eamon Gilmore, whose party drops again to its lowest ever...

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