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Economy will seal Fianna Fáil’s fate

It is likely that Fianna Fáil politicians will have expected the findings of today’s first tracking poll of the autumn, showing a sharp decline in the popularity of the party.

20th September, 2008

It is likely that Fianna Fáil politicians will have expected the findings of today’s first tracking poll of the autumn, showing a sharp decline in the popularity of the party.

That does not mean it is any less troubling for them. Falling four percentage points today is worrying enough for the Taoiseach and his ministers. But what will really alarm them is that they will know, these men and women of...

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