Labour pins hopes on Rabbitte

With the election looming and the Labour Party failing to move above 12 per cent in the opinion polls, the party’s handlers are zoning in on the public’s satisfaction with party leader Pat Rabbitte.

10th February, 2007

With the election looming and the Labour Party failing to move above 12 per cent in the opinion polls, the party’s handlers are zoning in on the public’s satisfaction with party leader Pat Rabbitte.

According to opinion polls, the party’s main asset is Rabbitte’s public approval rating, which Labour claims has not fallen below 40 per cent since 2003 - a feat that even Taoiseach and Fianna Fail leader Bertie Ahern hasn’t...

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