Fine Gael and Labour continue their gradual decline

A large chunk of undecided voters are past Fianna Fáil supporters - this is a good platform for recovery, writes Richard Colwell.

14th September, 2013
Micheál Martin: Fianna Fáil gained 1%. Photo: Feargal Ward

Despite a month which has seen much talk of possible green shoots of recovery in the economy, it is the government parties that remain under pressure in this most recent *Sunday Business Post*/Red C tracking poll.

The poll, taken between September 6-8, and published the weekend before the Dáil is due to start back after its summer break, shows both government parties losing share. Fine Gael first preference support falls by 1 per cent,...

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