Wednesday November 25, 2020

Fallback in FF vote shows electorate still splintered

Fine Gael support has weakened since Christmas, but the party retains a strong lead on economic competence

25th September, 2016

The first Sunday Business Post/RED C poll after the summer break shows little significant change in voter support across the parties, since the one conducted two months ago. Little change in the current scenario is, however, quite significant in itself, as there appears to be little incentive for any one party or group of individuals to rock the boat and bring the ‘new politics’ government formation to an end.

Fianna Fáil remains...

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