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Pat Rabbitte: Poll shows how fragmented our politics still are

Pat Rabbitte: Poll shows how fragmented our politics still are

Growing inequality and a feeling on the part of many people of ‘being left behind’ is the cri de coeur

Pat Rabbitte: New politics is a nonsense, and the public knows it

Pat Rabbitte: New politics is a nonsense, and the public knows it

Today’s poll shows the electorate takes a dim view of needless divisions in government

Red C poll: Fine Gael contemplates a November poll, Labour wants it later

Red C poll: Fine Gael contemplates a November poll, Labour wants it later

While both parties will be heartened by today’s Red C figures, they would be wise not to get carried away

Coalition time for the unloved and the unforgiven?

Coalition time for the unloved and the unforgiven?

Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael may have to finally bury the Civil War hatchet after such grim poll tidings

‘Gay bounce’ signals modest progress for the coalition

‘Gay bounce’ signals modest progress for the coalition

Could the fillip that the government has gained from the referendum result open the door to an early general election?

Will Labour reap marriage referendum rewards?

Will Labour reap marriage referendum rewards?

Dismay for government as support falls away again

Dismay for government as support falls away again

The marriage referendum is tightening, but the Yes side still enjoys a big lead. Meanwhile, Sinn Féin remains the coming force in Irish politics

Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold

Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold

Today’s Red C poll shows an electorate willing to throw away ‘traditional’ parties in favour of those on the sidelines

Has the coalition’s recovery sunk beneath the waves?

Has the coalition’s recovery sunk beneath the waves?

Any past misdeeds may be water under the bridge for Sinn Féin, but the government parties are not so easily forgiven – especially for water charges

Light at the end of the tunnel for coalition

Light at the end of the tunnel for coalition

Pat Leahy Today’s poll contains the first real signs that Fine Gael and Labour can win the next election