More jitters for Labour in latest poll

The coalition begins the autumn Dáil term this week under pressure from falling opinion poll numbers.

14th September, 2013

The coalition begins the autumn Dáil term this week under pressure from falling opinion poll numbers, as the first *Sunday Business Post*/Red C tracking poll since early summer shows a three-point drop for the government parties.

With another tough budget to be delivered in a month's time, today's poll numbers will increase backbench nerves as TDs head for their annual pre-parliamentary think-ins this week.

Worries will be particularly acute in the Labour...

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