No Trump bounce for Kenny as Fine Gael support stagnates
Fine Gael is still below its 2016 vote, but Fianna Fáil is in no rush to the polls
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has skilfully managed to see off the rebels who were pushing to have him out of a job before Easter. He also turned what could have been a political disaster – his St Patrick’s Day visit to US president Donald Trump – into a minor triumph.
But being the international statesman is rarely a recipe for political success back home. The latest Sunday Business Post/Red C poll shows that his...
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