Red C Poll 26th November: FG 25, FF 24, SF 16, Inds 12, Lab 5, AAAPBP 5, IA 4, SD 4, Green 3, RN 1



blokesbloke

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Did Labour get any kind of bounce at all in any of the polls up to now since Howlin became leader?
No. On the contrary they have been down.

Clearly it isn't just me that is devastated my Joanie is no longer in charge.
 

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Labour has dropped from 3 to 5 and Social Democrats plummets from 0 to 4 while AAA/PBP/SWP/Socialist Party has climbed to 5 from 9.

I'd imagine this is the public responding to the conviction of the Tallaght Water Protester.
 

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Labour has dropped from 3 to 5 and Social Democrats plummets from 0 to 4 while AAA/PBP/SWP/Socialist Party has climbed to 5 from 9.

I'd imagine this is the public responding to the conviction of the Tallaght Water Protester.
Are you Michael Noonan?
 

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Looking at the long-term game, what all the various polling companies relate is that only the parties with substantive nationwide constituency networks (FG, FF, SF) are capable of electoral traction. Lab and Greens will need 1-2 electoral cycles to rebuild their grassroots, the SDs will require the same time period to complete and strengthen theirs (especially outside Dublin), and while AAA-PBP are a noticeable presence in Dublin and Cork City, their rural ground game leaves much to be desired. So, don't expect any radical voter shifts until 2025 at the earliest.
 

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When is the next election?
 

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The Brussels bloc are in control.

A provincial dominion in an imperial racket, once again.

With gombeens as a garrison.
 

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The majority can't be the elite.
70 something TDs are not the majority of 4.7 million population. You can say they have around 49% of the vote, but the farce of putting Richard Bruton back on the ticket when he had been deselected by the local party underlines that candidate selection is in reality controlled by the party bosses - the party elites.

The solution is a primary system like in countries like the US and (recently) France. Power to the people.

Its humiliating that FF-FG combined are under 50%, having been 90% in the early 1980s.

With party candidate selection rigged, not surprisingly 20% feel they have little choice but to vote for Independents.
 
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Shinners should be happy.

I stood a foot away from Adams when I was last in the town some weeks ago. Wow, he's very agile and fit and looked in the very best of health which surprised me.
Absolutely, and that agility and health is completely natural, nothing to do with any rumored Sinn Féin cybernetic programs using genetic engineering and robotics to create eternal life, completely natural, in fact I'm wonder why you care to comment on Gerry's fitness and health given that it is completely within normal parameters for a human being of his age, is that spryness not normal for normal human beings?

If anything, it's FG you should be casting the eye of suspicion on, for we see the result of blueshirt mad science that is CyP! You don't think Simon Harris and Leo weren't born in test tubes as the result of some crazed experiment in the back of Phil Hogan's van?!?
 

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Alan Kelly celebrates Labour holding steady at 5%.

 

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Looking at the long-term game, what all the various polling companies relate is that only the parties with substantive nationwide constituency networks (FG, FF, SF) are capable of electoral traction. Lab and Greens will need 1-2 electoral cycles to rebuild their grassroots, the SDs will require the same time period to complete and strengthen theirs (especially outside Dublin), and while AAA-PBP are a noticeable presence in Dublin and Cork City, their rural ground game leaves much to be desired. So, don't expect any radical voter shifts until 2025 at the earliest.
A guy in the AAA - PBP told me the message internally been put about is "let's hold onto what we have and we'll worry about increasing later". Especially Coppinger wants to protect her fiefdom at all costs. SF will continue to be anchored by Adams, no sign of him stepping down.
 


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