Red C Poll.. Cowen at 11%



McDave

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Taoiseach Brian Cowen suffered a bruising tonight after an opinion poll put his support at just 11%.

Support for the Labour leader stood at 39%, up six points on the last Sun poll, while Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny fell from 27% to 23%.
You have to specify a source if you're going to make claims like this!
 

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Taoiseach Brian Cowen suffered a bruising tonight after an opinion poll put his support at just 11%.

Support for the Labour leader stood at 39%, up six points on the last Sun poll, while Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny fell from 27% to 23%.
May be after the next election the Left will run the country. FG will have to be Labours lap dog instead of Labour being FG lap dog.So Labour might get more done if they can get more seats than FG.
 

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If true, 89 per cent know what leadership is not.
 

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Provide a link please.
 

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It's all pointless until we see figures for party support, rather than Leader popularity.
 

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Taoiseach Brian Cowen suffered a bruising tonight after an opinion poll put his support at just 11%.

Support for the Labour leader stood at 39%, up six points on the last Sun poll, while Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny fell from 27% to 23%.
73% of us support one of these clowns?

Only 27% of us think they're all crap?

Can we really be that stupid?
 

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If true, 89 per cent know what leadership is not.
unfortunately for the electorate theres not a single real leader amongst the lot of them....

Cowen seems utterly bewildered and hopelessly out of his depth
Kenny, whilst an efficient chairman does not posses leadership skills
Gilmore, more and more seems to be another populist in the mold of Bertie, something we definitely do not need.....
Gormley, utterly irrelevant

at a time when the country desperately needs leadership we are awash in a sea of ineptitude, mediocracy, populists & loons.
 

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It's all pointless until we see figures for party support, rather than Leader popularity.
Probably costs a lot more to do a full poll
 

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Sounds to me like FF is above 18% in this poll, hence the choice of this as the lead.
 

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True, there is no great leader, but this government has to get out, they are causing more instability each day they remain in power, We have to have a government with a decent majority,Michael Lowry and JHR may be OK in different times.They are not the answer we want now,
 

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unfortunately for the electorate theres not a single real leader amongst the lot of them....

Cowen seems utterly bewildered and hopelessly out of his depth
Kenny, whilst an efficient chairman does not posses leadership skills
Gilmore, more and more seems to be another populist in the mold of Bertie, something we definitely do not need.....
Gormley, utterly irrelevant

at a time when the country desperately needs leadership we are awash in a sea of ineptitude, mediocracy, populists & loons.
While I absolutely agree Kenny is an efficient chairman you comment surely is a contradiction in itself as an efficient chairman must possess the requisite leadership skills to achieve that title in the first place??
 


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