SBP/RedC Poll: FG29(-1) FF25(-1) SF14(-2) Ind12(+2) Lab6(+1) IA(+2) Sol-PBP4 (-) SD2(-2) Green4(+2) Renua0(-1)

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SBP/RedC Poll: FG29(-1) FF25(-1) SF14(-2) Ind12(+2) Lab6(+1) IA(+2) Sol-PBP4 (-) SD2(-2) Green4(+2) Renua0(-1)

Hugh O'Connell Sunday Business Post
FG 29 (-1)
FF 25 (-1)
SF 14 (-2)
Ind 12 (+2)
Lab 6 (+1)
IA 4 (+2)
Sol-PBP 4 (-)
SD 2 (-2)
Green 4 (+2)
Renua 0 (-1)
 


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This screams another 24 months of crap watered down government with everyone watching over their shoulder while making the most of their time at the trough.
 

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A bit disappointing for the Shinners, they often over perform in polls well before an election and fall back during an election campaign.

REDC often underestimate the FFers.
 

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Didn't Fianna Fáil recently just have their Ard Fheis?

Where's their bounce
 

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It's about right though I would say FG are a bit weaker and FF a bit stronger. They're about neck and neck just like the last GE!!
 

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Poor showing for SF considering they usually poll lower on election day. Could they fall back towards 10%? They need to move beyond just being a protest party.

It's fairly middle of the road otherwise.
 

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And Gerry recently announcing he's remaining on as top dog seems to have done the party no favours.
 

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Hugh O'Connell Sunday Business Post
FG 29 (-1)
FF 25 (-1)
SF 14 (-2)
Ind 12 (+2)
Lab 6 (+1)
IA 4 (+2)
Sol-PBP 4 (-)
SD 2 (-2)
Green 4 (+2)
Renua 0 (-1)
So if renua loses another point, then -1% will be supporting them?
 

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I'd say there will be a few glasses a wine drank by some, maybe the 30 euro variety with that dismal SF poll showing.
 

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And Gerry recently announcing he's remaining on as top dog seems to have done the party no favours.
d pooor sinners ...with their current trajectory they will be owing votes come election day :lol::p
 

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I'd say there will be a few glasses a wine drank by some, maybe the 30 euro variety with that dismal SF poll showing.
Doesn't Gerry go on a Shindig to America normally at this stage of year to raise money for the party? Plenty of expensive booze to be guzzled down amongst his Irish-American friends.
 

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d pooor sinners ...with their current trajectory they will be owing votes come election day :lol::p
lets just remember who the real government in this country is , poor blueshirts they really never/cant learn
 

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And Gerry recently announcing he's remaining on as top dog seems to have done the party no favours.
But anyone who says that is somehow anti-SF :roll:

Gerry Adam's ego is about the biggest single barrier to SF getting out of permanent opposition.
 

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d pooor sinners ...with their current trajectory they will be owing votes come election day :lol::p
It would appear that some people are beginning to recognise the futility of voting for Sinn Fein.

They won't take their seats in Westminster (where they could potentially help derail Brexit).

They won't form an administration in NI.

They won't participate in a government here.

So why vote for them?
 


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