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Writing on the wall for beleaguered Kenny

SBP/Red C poll findings are grim - voters want the Taoiseach gone sooner rather than later

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

17th July, 2016

Since the last Sunday Business Post/Red C opinion poll, Taoiseach Enda Kenny has had to deal with the departure of Britain from the EU, a rebellion by Independent Alliance ministers and a challenge from his own Fine Gael backbenchers.

Amid such political turmoil, the latest finding that his party remains unchanged on 26 per cent could be seen as a positive. But that is where the good news ends for him.

A majority of voters...

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