Thursday August 6, 2020

The pick-up line: How Fianna Fáil won the pre-election swing with floating voters

30 per cent of all undecided voters went for FF, with only 22 per cent for FG

13th March, 2016
Michael McGrath and his Fianna Fail party picked up a lot of floating votes

In our analysis of the election and the polls we conducted, one area we were keen to understand was the impact of any late swing towards Fianna Fáil in the final week of the election.

In the past two weeks, we have re-contacted a representative sample of 1,000 voters we interviewed in the run-up to the election. This exercise is very useful as it allows us to compare the party they said they...

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