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Fine Gael benefits from an Obama bounce to extend its honeymoon

There is nothing like a successful visit by an international leader - or two - to cement a government’s positive public perception and extend its honeymoon period in government. At least that appears to be the finding from the latest Sunday Business

28th May, 2011

There is nothing like a successful visit by an international leader - or two - to cement a government’s positive public perception and extend its honeymoon period in government. At least that appears to be the finding from the latest Sunday Business Post/Red C poll.

The fieldwork for this poll started on the evening of US president Barack Obama’s flying visit to Ireland, with the Guinness supped in Moneygall barely digested and...

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