Relief for Labour as latest poll shows coalition support stable

Support for the government parties remains stable, while Fianna Fáil and Sinn Féin have both fallen in the past month, according to the latest Red C monthly tracking poll.

24th March, 2013
Eoin Holmes of Labour (fourth from left) with his party colleague, Senator Ivana Bacik (third from left) on the canvassing trail in Ashbourne ahead of this week's Meath East by-election. Photo: BARRY CRONIN

State of the parties

**Fine Gael** 28% (no change)

**Labour** 13% (+1%)

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