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Brexit holds the key to next election

Summer is over and the Dáil returns this week, with the three questions of Brexit, budget and elections on everyone’s mind

15th September, 2019
FG and FF first preference vote intention since 2016 general election

Summer is over and the Dáil returns this week, with the three questions of Brexit, budget and elections on everyone’s mind. So, can the government in its current form (a) outlast any Brexit negotiation period and (b) get a budget signed off, with the pressure of a possible election in the offing?

Polling of first preference votes by party gives us some indication of just how closely this imminent contest could...

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