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Sunday Business Post poll: Budget falls flat as Labour vote slumps

Red C tracking data shows hoped-for budget bounce has failed to materialise

25th October, 2015
Result will strike fear into Labour TDs

The much-hoped-for “budget bounce” has not materialised for the coalition, with support for Labour falling by three points to 7 per cent in the latest Red C tracking poll.

The result will strike fear into Labour TDs as the party prepares for a spring election facing the loss of most of its Dáil seats.

Support for Fine Gael rises by two points to 30 per cent, though this still leaves the coalition...

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