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At 67 per cent, Higgins looks a sure thing

The sitting President’s lead in our new poll today is so vast that it appears almost unassailable

16th September, 2018
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Seven years ago, Michael D Higgins fought and triumphed in one of the most vicious political campaigns ever witnessed in this country. The Presidential election of 2011 was a bloodbath. Of course, a race for the Áras by its nature is very much about candidates. Rather than policies, the campaign inevitably focuses on the personality. In 2011, the media took great delight in tearing into one candidate after another as the campaign progressed, until only...

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