FG and SF Rising: SBP/RedC Poll 20th May

Breanainn

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FG 34% (+2)
FF 25% (-)
SF 16% (+2)
Ind 9% (-4)
Lab 6% (-)
Ind All 4% (+2)
Sol-PBP 3% (+1)
Greens 2% (-)
Soc Dems 1% (-1)
Renua 0% (-1)
 


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If FG and Leo can increase their support at this time with the HSE scandal and the Garda Tribunal and the abortion vote coming up looks like we could be heading for single party Government again
 

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its looking as if the dithering party are not making any inroads on f.g. the shinners are backe where they were a short time ago, in the next redc they will be down again, then up, are lab really on 6%, this i find hard to believe
 

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Fine Gael and Labour combined looking like breaking 40% next GE.
 

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When was the poll taken? Maybe that was the poll I did. Anyway it shows the public are not tiring of the New Politics. Despite FG badmouthing Ross in the press, the Ind Alliance is up 2% to 4%.
 

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the poll must be a fraud. It has the Greens at 2% and the Soc Dems at only half that.

The Greens have as much credibility as Eamon "bailout" Ryan holding a poster with "Free the Rossport five" on it.
 

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FG on 34% -> The DOBlin media are managing to hit the right spots with regard to the electorate, with respect to FG

SF on 16% -> The murdering Provisional Cult is getting soft treatment on having put Mary Loo in leadership.
 

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FG on 34% -> The DOBlin media are managing to hit the right spots with regard to the electorate, with respect to FG

SF on 16% -> The murdering Provisional Cult is getting soft treatment on having put Mary Loo in leadership.
the comments on sf do not bode well for the reunification of ireland
 

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FG 34% (+2)
FF 25% (-)
SF 16% (+2)
Ind 9% (-4)
Lab 6% (-)
Ind All 4% (+2)
Sol-PBP 3% (+1)
Greens 2% (-)
Soc Dems 1% (-1)
Renua 0% (-1)
no major change..its all going to come down to later counts and how many indos get routed ..(the more the better)
 

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RTE reporting a 2nd poll (for Sunday Times) showing FG falling 3% to 30% and SF at 24% up 3points and FF at 23%. Find the SF support feedback hard to believe, tbh.
 

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Sunday Times poll too (from Gavan Reilly on twitter)

"POLL: STimes/B&A
(May 3-15, MoE ±3.3%)
FG 30 (-3 in four weeks)
SF 24 (+3)
FF 23 (-2)
Inds 10 (+2)
Lab 4 (-2)
IA 3 (+1)
Sol-PBP 2 (+1)
Greens 2
SD 1

^ That's SF up 5pts in two months. Poll also has Mary Lou's satisfaction (52) close to Varadkar's (53) and ahead of Martin (47)
"
 

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Should we be on a GE sooner rather than later alert then?
I think it makes an extension of the current deal for one more budget more likely....

Unless FF panic and ditch Martin.

I think FF might be most sensible to wait, and see if anything falls out of the enquiry into the cervical cancer scandal.
 

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FG 34% (+2)
FF 25% (-)
SF 16% (+2)
Ind 9% (-4)
Lab 6% (-)
Ind All 4% (+2)
Sol-PBP 3% (+1)
Greens 2% (-)
Soc Dems 1% (-1)
Renua 0% (-1)
Micheal Martin is goosed, his membership are pissed off over his stance on the 8th and FF are constantly making FG look good and that's some trick given what's happened of late. The knives will be sharpened over the summer.

Unless something comes out that Leo had prior info on the cervical cancer issue he is home and hosed to be Taoiseach after the GE.
 

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Sunday Times poll too (from Gavan Reilly on twitter)

"POLL: STimes/B&A
(May 3-15, MoE ±3.3%)
FG 30 (-3 in four weeks)
SF 24 (+3)
FF 23 (-2)
Inds 10 (+2)
Lab 4 (-2)
IA 3 (+1)
Sol-PBP 2 (+1)
Greens 2
SD 1

^ That's SF up 5pts in two months. Poll also has Mary Lou's satisfaction (52) close to Varadkar's (53) and ahead of Martin (47)
"
B+A was closer to the final result than Red C at the GE.
 

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I think it makes an extension of the current deal for one more budget more likely....

Unless FF panic and ditch Martin.

I think FF might be most sensible to wait, and see if anything falls out of the enquiry into the cervical cancer scandal.
Leo will be tempted to cut and run after the referendum I reckon.

How can he trust FF to facilitate a third budget? They're desperate for a big win.
 

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Sunday Times poll too (from Gavan Reilly on twitter)

"POLL: STimes/B&A
(May 3-15, MoE ±3.3%)
FG 30 (-3 in four weeks)
SF 24 (+3)
FF 23 (-2)
Inds 10 (+2)
Lab 4 (-2)
IA 3 (+1)
Sol-PBP 2 (+1)
Greens 2
SD 1

^ That's SF up 5pts in two months. Poll also has Mary Lou's satisfaction (52) close to Varadkar's (53) and ahead of Martin (47)
"
That's much more realistic. The red c poll is BS.
 


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