Kenny looking down on Fianna Fáil

Labour and Fine Gael can anticipate huge seat gains, but Fianna Fáil seems set to be obliterated by the electorate

20th November, 2010

Amid the national turmoil o f the last week, the latest reading of party support seems almost incidental. But today’s Sunday Business Post/ Red C tracking poll shows that the shifting of the economic plates is heralding a political earthquake.

Fine Gael is on course to lead the next government and maintains its position as the most popular party in the country.

Support for the party increased by one point this month to...

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