SBP RedC Poll: FG33 FF24 SF16 Ind11 Lab6 GRN 2 SD2 Sol1 Renua2

sport02

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Big drop for Michael and his FF party.

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New #sbpoll - FG33(+1) FF 24(-5)SF 16(+2),Inds 11(=) Lab6(=) Greens 2(=) Ind All 1 (-1) SocDems 2(=)Sol-PBP 2(+1) (=) Renua 2(+1) Other 1 (+1) @sundaybusiness @REDCResearch
 


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Big drop for Michael and his FF party.

Michael Brennan SBP
New #sbpoll - FG33(+1) FF 24(-5)SF 16(+2),Inds 11(=) Lab6(=) Greens 2(=) Ind All 1 (-1) SocDems 2(=)Sol-PBP 2(+1) (=) Renua 2(+1) Other 1 (+1) @sundaybusiness @REDCResearch
Take with a grain of salt but their opponents under-estimate FF's level of support at their peril.
 

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Fianna Fáil need to quit with their cheap shots and attempted political point scoring on Brexit.
Leo and Simon are doing an excellent job on this serious issue facing the country.
 

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It wasn't long ago on here that many were saying trouble was ahead for Fine Gael in support over the communications debacle, how wrong ye were.

A small few of us said it was a storm in a tea cup.
 

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Yes, agree with that - and it would appear that the people see it the same way.
 

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It wasn't long ago on here that many were saying trouble was ahead for Fine Gael over the communications debacle, how wrong ye were
That could still come back an bite yiz on the backside.

The thing is, though, that Fianna Fáil can't use it. By bringing it up all they're doing is reminding people what hypocrites they are.
 

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Were RedC paid by the government to get members for the Citizens Assembly? And 7 of the 99 shouldn’t have been on it? If so, are RedC compromised as regards results of and political ‘poll’ - they get paid by FG for other work (CA), and can’t be trusted to carry it out correctly? Under compliment / compromised then.
 

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It wasn't long ago on here that many were saying trouble was ahead for Fine Gael over the communications debacle, how wrong ye were
All it shows is that most people are too busy to chase media rabbits.:lol:
 

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Labour still 6 :)
 

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The biggest thing about the polls since Leo took charge is their remarkable consistency. Very little movement at all.

FG well clear of FF and SF solidly mid-teens.

What's it going to take for a real shakeup?
 

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Renua was bound to get a small boost from the abortion referendum but its a lot smaller than they were hoping for.

Likely outcome would be a second term for the New Politics. FF-FG would have had Dail majority based on last GE but refused to go into Coalition for emotional and identity reasons.

IA damaged by the controversy over fee-paying schools imho. I also think FG has been briefing against Ross to sink the Judicial Appointments Bill.

While Greens/SD/Renua are all on 2%, there are a lot more leftwing transfers to keep SD and GN afloat (mostly from SF).
 

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The biggest thing about the polls since Leo took charge is their remarkable consistency. Very little movement at all.

FG well clear of FF and SF solidly mid-teens.

What's it going to take for a real shakeup?
This is red c, and as I posted on the other thread, this time last year FF were ahead of FG on red c polls, but that has been reversed in the last 12 months.
In and in the last red c poll, FF went up 3, so this might be just rebalancing, but FF trend is upwards since low point in May last year.
FG also trending upwards, were at 24% in red c 12 months ago.

SF on red c have been in and around the 16%.
 

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Fianna Fáil need to quit with their cheap shots and attempted political point scoring on Brexit.
Leo and Simon are doing an excellent job on this serious issue facing the country.
So you KEEP saying. So, what exactly has been achieved? How's that back stop looking?

I've noticed lately that the FG party line is that if anybody is criticising anything the govt does, they are playing politics, according to FG. Must be the line they've been given by the comms unit
 

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How much longer can Micheal Martin last as FF leader?
 


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