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Red C poll sees Greens lifted on tide of climate change concerns

● FG tops poll in all three European constituencies ● FF could be beaten by Casey in Midlands-North West ● Sinn Féin likely to keep current clutch of seats

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

19th May, 2019
Peter Casey

The Green Party is within striking distance of taking two seats in the European elections, while Fianna Fáil is in danger of losing out to former presidential candidate Peter Casey, according to the latest Sunday Business Post/Red C poll.

With just six days to go to the election, Fine Gael candidates are topping the poll in all three European constituencies and Sinn Féin looks poised to hold onto its three MEP seats....

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