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Strength of the Labour force

There is now no doubt that the Irish electorate is looking for an alternative political option - and the Labour Party is reaping the benefits of that shift in attitude.

28th February, 2009

There is now no doubt that the Irish electorate is looking for an alternative political option - and the Labour Party is reaping the benefits of that shift in attitude.

Support for Eamon Gilmore’s party has surged, as seen in today’s Sunday Business Post/Red C poll, increasing the party’s share of the first-preference vote by an extraordinary 8 per cent in just one month.

This gain in support has...

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