Economic slowdown sees support for FF drop by 4 per cent

The Progressive Democrats manage a relatively strong showing just as they bow out of Irish politics.

20th September, 2008

The Progressive Democrats manage a relatively strong showing just as they bow out of Irish politics.

Some might say that the summer recess has not been kind to Fianna Fáil, dominated as it has been by the fallout from the Lisbon Treaty rejection and the economic slowdown. Both have put tremendous pressure on Taoiseach Brian Cowen.

Today’s Sunday Business Post/Red C tracking poll is the first measure of just how much impact these...

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