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

21st December, 2014
Red C poll: Voters continue to lose trust in government

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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