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Poll shows swing back to centre right parties

The current polling suggests that voters have somewhat left behind their anger with the establishment

25th February, 2018
Leo Varadkar: ridinghigh in the polls Picture: Bloomberg

As consumers become more confident that the country is going in the right direction, there is evidence from today’s poll that we are seeing voters move away from the ‘protest vote’ behaviour often seen in Irish politics since the 2011 election.

So are we instead getting a return to a two-party-dominated state? Certainly, the current polling suggests that voters have somewhat left behind their anger with the establishment. As the economy and...

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