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Red C poll exclusive: 57% want Kenny out by budget day

Fianna Fáil opens up clear lead on FG; Half of voters think FF is running country; Independent Alliance up as SF slumps

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

17th July, 2016

Taoiseach Enda Kenny’s leadership is under renewed pressure after it emerged that 57 per cent of voters want him to step down before the budget.

Kenny has already had to face down criticism of his leadership from Fine Gael backbenchers, and challenges to his authority from Independent Alliance ministers seeking a free vote on abortion.

Now the latest Sunday Business Post/Red C poll shows that a majority of voters want him gone before the...

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