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Poll: Fine Gael likely to have to slug it out with Fianna Fáil in next election

The current state of the parties is quite stable, so what does this poll tell us about the political landscape within which any election will be run?

29th April, 2018

Once the Eighth Amendment referendum has been run, it seems likely the gloves will really come off between the Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil, who are currently supporting each other in a confidence and supply arrangement.

The current state of the parties is quite stable, so what does this poll tell us about the political landscape within which any election will be run?

The first thing to note is that the gap between...

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