Another turn of the screw for Fine Gael
Fianna Fáil has spent the winter sapping the popularity of Sinn Féin and the government
The winter break hasn’t been a particularly good one for Fine Gael and their government partners, and this first Sunday Business Post/Red C poll of the New Year reflects the lack of voter loyalty among the Irish electorate.
Having seen support trend downward during 2016, Fianna Fáil are the big winners, bouncing back in this poll to secure 27 per cent of the first preference vote. A strong increase of 3 per...
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