Blow for Sinn Féin as downward trend in latest poll

Party’s support level in the poll, which was taken between Monday and Friday this week, is down by two points to 14 per cent

21st October, 2017
05/09/2017 Sinn Féin

Sinn Féin has seen its support level drop to its lowest level this year in the latest Sunday Business Post/Red C poll.

Party leader Gerry Adams has been fending off criticism of his party’s failure to agree a power sharing deal with the DUP since last January. And he was the subject of opposition jokes for his Dáil comment about a bottle of wine costing €30.

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