FF only 1% behind FG in SBP/Red C September 14th poll.



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Poor SF's worst "SBP/Red C" opinion poll in 3 years!
The SBP has called it a "slump"!
 

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Again, voters unimpressed by SF's role in bringing down a hardwon powersharing executive in NI. Labour seem to have a floor of 6%, but I suspect a lot of them are older traditional voters who stuck with them through thick and thin and will transfer to FG.
 

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The Irish people are endorsing MM as the man to lead the country through Brexit and beyond. When FF rescued Ireland in 2010 the people did not give the credit deserved. FG have put everyone through 10 years of austerity. Now they are fleeing FG in terror for competent government. The electorate are showing themselves to be most sophisticated.

Hopefully Taoiseach Martin gets off to good start in May repairing the damage and giving the people the government they deserve. (y)
 
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The Irish people are endorsing MM as the man to lead the country through Brexit and beyond. When FF rescued Ireland in 2010 the people did not give the credit deserved. FG have put everyone through 10 years of austerity. Now they are feeling FG in terror for competent government. The electorate are showing themselves to be the most sophisticate.

Hopefully Taoiseach Martin gets off to good start in May repairing the damage and giving the people the government they deserve.
I would be highly skeptical that FF could handle Brexit as well as never mind better than FG. They'd probably stoke anti-English/British sentiment like Charlie did during the 80's.
 

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Wrong,
Great poll for FF.
Up 4%!
I meant that there are too many corosive members in FF that hold back the party which doesn't make them good at governing most of the time.
 

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Big deal. There is fup all policy-wise between them anyway. Two cheeks of the same arse.
What about poor SF?
It's their worst poll result in 3 years!
What could be the reason for this?
 

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I'm not a supporter of most of the other misfits in FG either by the way or of any party.
Do you vote at all?
 

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Again, voters unimpressed by SF's role in bringing down a hard-won power-sharing executive in NI.
Eire people passing judgement on the elected representatives of the Catholic people of Northern Ireland - the victims of Prod tyranny and of Eire treachery.
 

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Labour on 6%, eh? :) At this stage, Labour is more an archaeological artifact than a statistical artifact of RedC's methodology.
 

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The great joy is that Sinn Feins vote is always well below what it polls. They're looking like losing 10 seats. Great stifg
Poor SF gained 9 seats after the last general election.
What's the reasons for their "slump"?
Is their leader part of the problem?
 


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