Friday February 28, 2020

FF goes neck and neck with FG

A tipping point may have been reached as voters disillusioned with the current government begin to forgive Fianna Fáil, writes Richard Colwell.

25th May, 2013

For the first time in almost five years of monthly Red C polling, Fianna Fáil support has matched that of Fine Gael. Both parties secured 26 per cent of the first preference vote in today's poll, with Fine Gael losing support (down 2 per cent) and Fianna Fáil (up one) gaining.

Last month, I wondered how Fianna Fáil would manage to push on from its current position, as support for Fine Gael had...

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