Tuesday October 20, 2020

FF sinks to its lowest ever support at 18%

Anger at Fianna Fáil and a fall in consumer confidence after ‘Black Thursday’ have decimated the main government party’s support, writes Pat Leahy

23rd October, 2010
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There are significant and telling findings in the latest set of monthly numbers from Red C. Amid continued evidence of internal strife, the Fine Gael vote remains solid and strong.

Today’s numbers will bolster party leader Enda Kenny and, given the proximity of the budget and the subsequent imminence of a general election in the first half of the new year, Kenny must be almost certain to lead his party into the election, and then...

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