Thursday June 4, 2020

Labour’s support falls as FG ponders early election

28th June, 2015

Support for independents has surged, while Labour has fallen, in the latest Red C monthly tracking poll for The Sunday Business Post.

Fine Gael’s support is steady on 28 per cent, but Labour falls back by three points to 7 per cent, a result that will further worry an already jumpy party.

Sinn Féin’s support also falls back by three points, while independents and small parties are the big winners, seeing their support jump by...

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