Red C poll: Voters continue to lose trust in government
The economy is turning, but people are simply not feeling it in their daily lives
Another poll, another decline in support for the government. While water charges have most certainly been a catalyst for upset, it is apparent from this poll that the disconnect between a clearly improving Irish economy and the day-to-day finances of everyday voters may be at the core of the discontent.
Fine Gael support continues to fall, if only marginally this month, with a drop of 1 per cent. The resulting trend, however, has seen the...
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