Public support swings behind coalition

Support for Fianna Fail has increased substantially since December, leaving Taoiseach Bertie Ahern firmly on course for a third general-election victory in a row, according to the findings of the latest Red C tracking poll for The Sunday Business Pos

27th January, 2007

Support for Fianna Fail has increased substantially since December, leaving Taoiseach Bertie Ahern firmly on course for a third general-election victory in a row, according to the findings of the latest Red C tracking poll for The Sunday Business Post.

Fine Gael’s fortunes have declined, and the party is showing a lower level of support than it achieved in the 2002 election, threatening party leader Enda Kenny with disaster at the polls.

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