Monday February 17, 2020

Opposition parties fail to gain from FF woes

The recent think-ins and other events have done little to change public perception of the political parties, with support for the opposition surprisingly lukewarm

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Coming at the start of the new Dáil term, this Sunday Business Post/Red C tracking poll provides parties with a clearer understanding of where they stand after a long summer break.

In particular, it shows what impact, if any, the events of recent weeks have had on core party support when compared directly to our regular tracking data, with the last poll conducted in June.

This poll’s main finding is that none...

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