Red C poll: Fine Gael has narrow lead over Sinn Féin as Fianna Fáil continues to lag behind
The two parties are both well ahead of Micheál Martin’s Fianna Fáil, which is languishing on 13 per cent
Fine Gael has regained its lead over Sinn Féin ahead of the Dublin Bay South by-election, in the latest Business Post/Red C poll.
The two parties have been neck-and-neck in the polls for the past seven months, keeping well ahead of Fianna Fáil.
Fine Gael is up by one point to 30 per cent on last month’s Red C poll, putting it just ahead of Sinn Féin which remains unchanged...
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