SBP Red C: FG27(-2) FF 26(+1) SF 16(+2), Ind 10(-2) Lab 6(=)

Kerrygold

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Slight post Ard Fheis bounce for SF, FG upward trend reversed and FF up slightly.

Nothing for Labour despite Alan Kelly's questions.

Not sure if this changes the dynamic that much, but might make FGers a little more hesitant.

Red C tend to underestimate FF so they could be ahead in reality.
 


yosef shompeter

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Yes and this has been the first really confrontation between Leo and Micheál.

It seems that the independents support declines once the two big boys go into battle stations.
SF taken 3rd position from Labour.
 

Wascurito

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The events of the last few days render this poll kind of meaningless.
 

Erudite Caveman

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Yes and this has been the first really confrontation between Leo and Micheál.

It seems that the independents support declines once the two big boys go into battle stations.
SF taken 3rd position from Labour.
Poll would have been taken prior to the 'crisis'.
 

Se0samh

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Tell me, do you disagree? Or are you just smiling because you fondly imagine that I'm scowling?

I'm not. There are not multiple exclamation or question marks in either op.

I'm simply pointing out that they're poor opening posts.
I agree that there was probably a rush to be first, there are three threads on this subject, all three state who did the polling, who the polling was for and two of the three give dates for when the polling was done...

I'll not comment on the quality of the OPs, but your post was factually incorrect...:D
 

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I agree that there was probably a rush to be first, there are three threads on this subject, all three state who did the polling, who the polling was for and two of the three give dates for when the polling was done...

I'll not comment on the quality of the OPs, but your post was factually incorrect...:D
It wasn't when I posted, but suit yerself.
 

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Slight post Ard Fheis bounce for SF, FG upward trend reversed and FF up slightly.

Nothing for Labour despite Alan Kelly's questions.

Not sure if this changes the dynamic that much, but might make FGers a little more hesitant.

Red C tend to underestimate FF so they could be ahead in reality.
All fair comment but nothing outside MOE .
 


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