B&A Poll: Labour Timberrrrrrrrrrrr. FF 30% (n/c) FG 28% (up 2) Sinn Fein 17% (n/c) Ind Alliance 5% (up 1) Lab 3% (down 2) AAA/PBP 3%

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B&A Poll: Labour Timberrrrrrrrrrrr. FF 30% (n/c) FG 28% (up 2) Sinn Fein 17% (n/c) Ind Alliance 5% (up 1) Lab 3% (down 2) AAA/PBP 3%

New poll out this evening for tomorrow's Sunday Times and it is the stuff of nightmares for the Labour party.
Is this their worst poll ever?

John Burns Sunday Times
Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes poll: FF 30% (n/c) FG 28% (up 2) Sinn Fein 17% (n/c) Ind Alliance 5% (up 1) Lab 3% (down 2) AAA/PBP 3%

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Also, Gav Reilly reports Renua 0 (-1) GRN 2 SD 0 Independents 11
 
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Labour timberrrr
[video]https://youtu.be/jqpV7ZeSEHw[/video]
 

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FF closing in on overall majority territory.
Its crazy that it will be 6 years after they left the place in ruins.
 

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SD 0% for the second poll in a row.

:) :) :) :)

 

Boy M5

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Shouldn't a thread about Labour Stickies (RIP) be in the history section?
 

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Social Democrats on 0%. Their national conference is next weekend so this isn't the best of news heading into that.
 

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FF closing in on overall majority territory.
Its crazy that it will be 6 years after they left the place in ruins.
41% would be an absolute minimum to be close? They still need another 11%.
 

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What i find interesting is that the FF spoofers are on 30%.
but whats really interesting as people vote for massive change in the UK and USA is that 58% of the irish sheep would still vote for the two partys that have fjuked them royally since 1922 , now that deserves a monster BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
 

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Judging from the increase in FG's figures, it seems Labour's urban liberal vote is ditching them.
 

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but whats really interesting as people vote for massive change in the UK and USA is that 58% of the irish sheep would still vote for the two partys that have fjuked them royally since 1922 , now that deserves a monster BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
But you hate Trump you clown. :roll:
 

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FF closing in on overall majority territory.
Its crazy that it will be 6 years after they left the place in ruins.
Fianna Fáil won't get an overall majority even with our FF friendly media. Michael Martin is a chancer and he and his ilk are currently the biggest threat to the country.
 

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Please tell me after all that has happened this week you believe this opinion poll? :lol: :lol:
Labour are on course to win bigly at the next election and form the first one party overall majority government since 1977! :lol:
People just aren't telling the pollsters they are voting for them!!! :lol:
 


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