Tuesday December 10, 2019

Coalition support slumps after justice scandals

Government parties at lowest level since election

30th March, 2014
Alan Shatter. Picture: Photocall

Amid continuing fallout from the controversies involving the gardaí and Minister for Justice Alan Shatter, support for the government parties has plunged its lowest level since the coalition took office.

The latest *Sunday Business Post*/Red C tracking poll shows that support for the coalition parties have slumped by five points in the last month, with Fine Gael falling three points and Labour dropping two points. Support for Sinn Fein has jumped by five...

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