Poll: Political war set to rumble on all year
The latest Sunday Business Post/Red C poll results suggest Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil will continue bickering, possibly right up to the next election
There has been plenty of political sniping in the Dáil over the past week between Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil as the parties set out their stall ahead of the next election.
But the results of the latest Sunday Business Post/Red C poll suggest that this low intensity warfare will continue right through the remainder of 2018.
In last month’s poll, Fianna Fáil was trailing Fine Gael by nine points. Now...
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