Friday February 28, 2020

Leaders face referendum fight

This latest poll shows the opportunity for change as party loyalties wane, writes Richard Colwell.

29th January, 2012

Government parties will need to think very carefully how they manage the introduction of a new European treaty to Ireland, based on the results of today's *Sunday Business Post*/Red C poll. It suggests a vote could be difficult to win among an electorate showing signs of becoming alienated from the government parties.

Despite what appeared to be some small respite to their gradual declines in support after Christmas, both government parties see further small...

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