Thursday October 22, 2020

It still comes down to . . . the economy, stupid

Fine Gael retains a strong lead on economic competence

31st January, 2016
"It is still all to play for, and the campaign is certainly going to be very important."

It is the final poll before the election is called, and polling day itself is likely to be only three/four weeks away.

Yet no one party or grouping appears to have any real momentum right now. It is still all to play for, and the campaign is certainly going to be very important. Because one thing is certain: there is a relatively small but important number of floating voters who remain very unsure of...

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