Monday July 13, 2020

Garda crisis: Public wakes up to the politics of Garda rows

At the end of the worst week since it took office, the coalition is confronted with the poorest opinion poll since it came to office, writes Pat Leahy.

30th March, 2014

Opinion polls do not say why party support goes up or down; they merely measure it.

Coincidence does not necessarily imply causation.

But when government support slumps by five points since this time last month, it's a signal that political events have broken through into public consciousness, and something has changed.

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