FG: more of a nudge than a bounce
If there was an election tomorrow, the next Dáil would look more or less the same as the current one
How do we define a leadership bounce in terms of support? What’s a good bounce, and what’s just okay?
In the run-up to the Fine Gael leadership election, most political commentators expected a significant bounce in support for the party. This was certainly borne out in our last poll, which saw its support rise by 7 per cent and left it with a significant lead over Fianna Fáil.
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