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FF sees dip in support, but still tops poll

Latest poll shows party failed to get bounce from 'think-in'

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

25th September, 2016

Fianna Fáil’s ability to call a snap election has been dealt a blow by the findings of the latest Sunday Business Post/Red C poll.

The party backed the government’s appeal against the €13 billion tax bill issued to Apple by the European Commission and has also been involved in budget discussions with the government.

However, Fianna Fáil’s support is down by two points to 27 per cent, in...

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