Monday June 1, 2020

Government verdict from the voters: ‘Could do much better’

Low scores on health and housing are partly balanced by better marks for performance on Brexit. But for how much longer?

31st March, 2019

The government’s voter report card in today’s Sunday Business Post/Red C poll does not make pretty reading for Leo Varadkar and friends. Let’s face it, if your child came home from school with these results, it would warrant a meeting with the teacher at the very least.

Voters were invited to rate the government’s performance on the top five issues the public are most concerned about: Brexit; the...

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