Red C Poll

Richard Colwell: Poll shows political landscape remains stable despite controversies

Recent events such as the lifting of the eviction ban have not changed the minds of voters who had already decided where their allegiances lie

Minister for the Environment, Eamon Ryan, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar TD, and Tánaiste Micheal Martin. Picture: Gareth Chaney/Collins Photos

The latest Business Post/Red C poll indicates that the political landscape in Ireland is very stable despite the political controversies of recent weeks.

So far in 2023 most parties remain within the margin of error of where they started the year, with no clear trends developing for any of the parties.

Sinn Féin remains the most widely supported party in the state, securing 31 per cent of first preference votes for the third month in ...