Monday February 17, 2020

Gloves are off in fight for floating voters

Fine Gael and Labour are slugging it out to win the favour of disaffected Fianna Fáil supporters

5th February, 2011

Fine Gael and Labour are slugging it out to win the favour of disaffected Fianna Fáil supporters

Do you wonder why Fine Gael and Labour are tearing chunks out of each other in the campaign so far, when they appear likely to be coalition partners? The reason becomes clear when we look more closely at the number of people who remain undecided about how they will vote at the election.

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