FG with 4-point lead in SBP/RedC poll - Sep 23rd.

Breanainn

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FG 30% (+3)
FF 26% (+2)
SF 16% (-2)
Ind 10% (+2)
Lab 5% (-1)
Soc Dems 4% (+2)
Sol-PBP 4% (-)
Green 2% (-2)
Ind All 2% (-2)
Renua 1% (-2)
 


Wascurito

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I'd be a bit sceptical about the Soc Dems and Sol-PBP adding up to 8%.
 

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FG 30% (+3)
FF 26% (+2)
SF 16% (-2)
Ind 10% (+2)
Lab 5% (-1)
Soc Dems 4% (+2)
Sol-PBP 4% (-)
Green 2% (-2)
Ind All 2% (-2)
Renua 1% (-2)
SD's and Sol-PBP must have done some amazing unseen work in the last week to massively increase their vote!
 

Breanainn

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Tends to be the way with both - underpoll with ST, average with IT and Sindo, and overpoll with SBP.
 

SuirView

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Poor SF.
Is Adams the problem?
 

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Tends to be the way with both - underpoll with ST, average with IT and Sindo, and overpoll with SBP.
What's the excuse for poor SF?
 

constitutionus

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the important thing is....

...LAB is still fuked.

:D
 

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Poor SF.
Is Adams the problem?
Clearly............

Look at the SF election results since he became President.

1987 General Election: No seats, 32,933 Votes

1989 General Election:No seats, 20,003 votes

1992 General Election:No seats, 27,809 votes.

1997 General Election: 1 seat, 45,614 votes. 6th place Party

2002 General Election: 5 seats, 121,020 votes. 6th place Party

2007 General Election: 4 seat, 143,410 votes. 5th place Party

2011 General Election: 14 seats, 220,661 votes. 4th place party

2016 General Election: 23 seat, 295,319 votes. 3rd place Party


ADAMS MUST GO.......ADAMS MUST GO......ADAMS MUST GO
 

the secretary

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The two big partys will be happy to be going in the right direction and happy that SF and Lab are going in the opposite direction.
 

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*yawn*

The discrepancies between the ST and this poll are off the chart ridiculous for the SDs and Solidarity/PBP, which makes the last two polls good for nothing except the general trends of the bigger parties.

What really pees me off is how come election week the polling companies suddenly become very accurate regarding the smaller parties likely votes, like wtf goes on with the polling process between GE's?
 

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*What really pees me off is how come election week the polling companies suddenly become very accurate regarding the smaller parties likely votes, like wtf goes on with the polling process between GE's?
People start to focus when an election is called, otherwise polls are a waste of money.
 

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Clearly............

Look at the SF election results since he became President.

1987 General Election: No seats, 32,933 Votes

1989 General Election:No seats, 20,003 votes

1992 General Election:No seats, 27,809 votes.

1997 General Election: 1 seat, 45,614 votes. 6th place Party

2002 General Election: 5 seats, 121,020 votes. 6th place Party

2007 General Election: 4 seat, 143,410 votes. 5th place Party

2011 General Election: 14 seats, 220,661 votes. 4th place party

2016 General Election: 23 seat, 295,319 votes. 3rd place Party


ADAMS MUST GO.......ADAMS MUST GO......ADAMS MUST GO
Do you know these figures off by heart or are they just sitting in a file ready to be unleashed at the slightest criticism off him?
 

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Where I come from, I wonder if even 8% of people know ANYTHING about the Social Democrats or Solidarity/PBP - never mind wanting to vote for them.
 

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People start to focus when an election is called, otherwise polls are a waste of money.
They obviously are not a waste of money when we get so many of them. Some one benefits.
 

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Clearly............

Look at the SF election results since he became President.

1987 General Election: No seats, 32,933 Votes

1989 General Election:No seats, 20,003 votes

1992 General Election:No seats, 27,809 votes.

1997 General Election: 1 seat, 45,614 votes. 6th place Party

2002 General Election: 5 seats, 121,020 votes. 6th place Party

2007 General Election: 4 seat, 143,410 votes. 5th place Party

2011 General Election: 14 seats, 220,661 votes. 4th place party

2016 General Election: 23 seat, 295,319 votes. 3rd place Party


ADAMS MUST GO.......ADAMS MUST GO......ADAMS MUST GO
SF poster"P O'Neill" has claimed (as you know, but fan away) that poor SF will soon have 75+ seats!
Do you agree?
There is no sign of 75+ seats in this poll for poor SF, you agree?
 

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Ultimately Labour and the Soc Dems will merge, most likely after the current head honchos have exited the stage.
I spot a flaw in your theory, not for the first time says you, but if the head honchos of the SD's exit stage left, there's no one left to merge, no?
 


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