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    Quote Originally Posted by jmcc View Post
    Don't know but the Dail Eireann dossers are still on their Christmas holidays, I think. It might be a waste of money to have polls before they return. Should know around 21:00 if there are any polls though.
    Lab on 5-6%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmcc View Post
    Don't know but the Dail Eireann dossers are still on their Christmas holidays, I think. It might be a waste of money to have polls before they return. Should know around 21:00 if there are any polls though.
    Highly unlikely to be any polls tonight, as they'd have to carry out the fieldwork over Christmas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PBP voter View Post
    Lab on 5-6%.

    3% core.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmcc View Post
    3% core.
    There's never been an election in history in which Don't Knows and non-voters got a percentage of the vote, so core vote is irrelevant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hiding behind a poster View Post
    There's never been an election in history in which Don't Knows and non-voters got a percentage of the vote, so core vote is irrelevant.
    So what's the story on Brendan Who's claim that Labour will be joining the British Labour Party to contest seats in the North? Does Corbyn know of this unexpected windfall of support?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmcc View Post
    So what's the story on Brendan Who's claim that Labour will be joining the British Labour Party to contest seats in the North? Does Corbyn know of this unexpected windfall of support?
    What's that got to do with my post? Or indeed this thread?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hiding behind a poster View Post
    What's that got to do with my post? Or indeed this thread?
    It was in the Phoenix recently. Perhaps you would know about it. After all, you are so wired into the Irish political scene that such a momentous event as a Labour/BLP joint venture would have sparked some chatter. And some do think that you have a soft spot for Labour.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmcc View Post
    It was in the Phoenix recently. Perhaps you would know about it. After all, you are so wired into the Irish political scene that such a momentous event as a Labour/BLP joint venture would have sparked some chatter.
    Phoenix is generally full of sh*t. Plus I'd have better things to do over Christmas than either read it, or, God forbid, buy it.

    And some do think that you have a soft spot for Labour.
    Some who?
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    There was a poll today in the Irish Daily Mail.


    No idea what company or when it was carried out.


    New poll in today’s @Irishdailymail
    shows FG 32, FF 23, SF 16, Lab 7. See the full results and story in today’s paper or (link: Mail Subscriptions - Homepage - Homepage) mailsubscriptions.ie

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    Quote Originally Posted by PBP voter View Post
    There was a poll today in the Irish Daily Mail.


    No idea what company or when it was carried out.


    New poll in today’s @Irishdailymail
    shows FG 32, FF 23, SF 16, Lab 7. See the full results and story in today’s paper or (link: Mail Subscriptions - Homepage - Homepage) mailsubscriptions.ie
    Ireland Thinks are their pollsters of choice.

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