Poll: Labour's slide continues

The first tracking poll of the new year has shown a drop in support for the Labour Party, while Fianna Fáil's slow but steady recovery in the polls is continuing.

27th January, 2013
Joan Burton and Eamon Gilmore of Labour: the party's support has dropped again. Photo: Collins

The first tracking poll of the new year has shown a drop in support for the Labour Party, while Fianna Fáil's slow but steady recovery in the polls is continuing.

Labour drops by three points to 11 per cent today, the lowest level of support for the party since 2008. The last Sunday Business Post/Red C poll was taken in late November, before the budget.

Labour was the second most popular party at the...

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