Monday February 17, 2020

SBP/Red C poll: SF recovers after referendum hangover

Support for Sinn Fein has risen by 2 per cent, while Labour is already starting to feel the backlash in the long run-up to the budget, writes Richard Colwell.

22nd September, 2012
Sinn Féin is the only party to see any significant change in support.

Just three months ago, when the Dáil was about to break for the summer, we were talking about a post-referendum hangover for Sinn Féin, with support for the party falling back as coverage for the party died down following the election.

Roll on three months and Sinn Féin is the only party to see any significant change in support over the intervening months, with Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil remaining stable,...

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