Does the new taoiseach need a new slogan?

Despite an improving economy, even fewer voters are buying Fine Gael’s ‘keep the recovery going’ mantra

11th June, 2017

Now that Leo Varadkar is about to assume the top job, it is worthwhile taking stock of how people feel about the state of the recovery and the economy.

Last year Fine Gael’s election slogan “Let’s keep the recovery going” tanked badly and was perceived to have been entirely out of sync with how most people were feeling. For this month’s Coyne Research, we cast our minds back to the doomed slogan to see how...

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