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They are unchanged in this poll, but overall in the last 12 months they have made substantial gains after it looked like they might collapse during the early months after Leo became leader. I support a strong presence for Inds given the autocratic nature of the Irish party system with its intolerance of diversity of internal opinion. At least Inds can express themselves instead of being mouthpieces for the leadership.Why? Anyway they're unchanged in this poll.
Rounding, along with Renua and Aontú both <1%.Down five but only four points distributed to other parties...yeah that's statistically reliable. I suppose the likes of Labour and FF need some hope to cling to in any case.
The Green Party on 3% nationally...yeah right!
The Sockies on 3%...lmao!
Sol/PBP on 2%... ( ͡☭ ͜ʖ ͡☭)
Ehhh there's nothing at all to stop any TDs from expressing themselves.They are unchanged in this poll, but overall in the last 12 months they have made substantial gains after it looked like they might collapse during the early months after Leo became leader. I support a strong presence for Inds given the autocratic nature of the Irish party system with its intolerance of diversity of internal opinion. At least Inds can express themselves instead of being mouthpieces for the leadership.
And what percentage are your party on? I assume you speak for the real Irish people so your party must be popular.Sinn Féin have become a party of SJWs and EUnionists. Voters are sick of them. Lynn Boylan is just a Soros puppet promoting mass immigration and Islam.
Yeah, a year can make a hell of a difference.Oompa Loompa McDonald is a joke. She has no idea what she's doing.
I never believed SF had jumped 5% in the last poll, so this one probably deserves the same level of scepticism. Traditionally Red C always have SF lower than B&A do, and about 10% behind where the IT/Ipsos have them! In other words, we haven't a clue where they are. What we do know, however, is that SF's actual election performance tends to be generally below their opinion poll ratings, so IF (emphasised) that is repeated in the locals and Euros and the GE, then they are going to lose some council seats, possibly a Euro seat in South, and at best hold their current Dail tally of 21.
The figures for FG and FF are in line with virtually every other recent poll.
The problem is that for every time SF try to sound statesmanlike and 'national interestish' on Brexit, there's an incident like the stupid adolescent banner in New York which undoes months of hard-won kudos and leaves them running back to their base.
A serious additional problem for them is that they have a very thin talent pool at Front Bench level, in terms of effective media performances. Louise O'Reilly is their best performer but rarely seems to be heard, Pearse Doherty is good when he can stay calm but again he's notably absent, Cullinane is a waffling bore yet seems to on the radio constantly, and Eoin O Broin is really the only other one they've got. They have a very effective member on the PAC, Jonathan O'Brien from Cork, whom I don't believe I've ever heard on the radio (and I don't think too many people watch Oireachtas TV).
It's a problem for the Shinners, that's what I meant. I have no time for them at all, though I did genuinely hope that McDonald might move them on a bit, notwithstanding her years of nodding-dog impersonations any time controversies erupted. Clearly that was more than just an act.I don't see that as being a problem. We need constant reminders of what they really are. They are terrorist supporting wasters.