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SF made History - are SF now History? - Huge drop in support registered in latest Poll!


Catalpast

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SF made History - are SF now History? - Huge drop in support registered in latest Poll!


Mary Lou must be a very worried woman this evening as this Bombshell lands on her lap just days before Christmas!

A new opinion poll suggests a drop in support for Sinn Féin and slight increases in support for Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael.
The Behaviour & Attitudes poll conducted for tomorrow's Sunday Times shows Sinn Féin down six points compared to last month to 17%.

Drop in support for Sinn Féin, opinion poll suggests


The woman has been a Disaster in her brief Reign as Queen of the Party


As José Mourinho could tell her

- you either put balls in the back of the Net

- or they take them off you and give them to someone else...:confused2:

Will she see the end of 2019 I wonder

- or will the Council pick someone else to run the show?
 

devoutcapitalist

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Sunday Times opinion polls also tend to overestimate support for Sinn Fein, the REDC Polls for the Sunday Business post tends to be more accurate and there was a REDC poll a few weeks ago that had SF as low as 13%.
 

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They are going nowhere fast.

All they do is moan about Lab.


Lab are gone. They haven't been in government for 3 years ffs
 

culmore

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Sinn Fein going back to the old way of thuggery and intimidation as per Roscommon evection and other incidents recently. Mary L not in control of party (slab has more power ) P Doherty too negative and aggressive about everything the Ireland of today has moved on
 

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The fact that a nobody like Peter Casey was able to utterly obliterate Soros Fein in the Presidential election should tell everybody everything they need to know. The Irish working class are being crushed yet the Soros boys are worried about divisive Owen Jones style rubbish like this.

[video=youtube;sNVTJmoh7YI]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNVTJmoh7YI&t=3s[/video]

[video=youtube;qzHIYTyWPtw]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzHIYTyWPtw[/video]

[video=youtube;X30TN_7pWQ4]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X30TN_7pWQ4[/video]


Shoyte Fein in the South are finished. They'll still do well in the occupied 6 purely because if they stood a turnip there it would be elected in certain seats.
 

the secretary

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SF are history, that's wishful thinking.
MOE between FG and FF.
 

Catalpast

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They are basically indistinguishable from FF/FG/LB now

- all part of the New World Order based on ultra Liberal Globalism

So this is not surprising

Now who can pick up those disenchanted Nationalist voters...?:cool2:
 

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The Irish media are obsessed with Sinn Féin. Labour are on 5% and PBP/Solidarity on 3%. FF and FG are on about 30% each. The council elections will tell the real story next May.
 

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S.F have taken over Labour's position in Irish politcal life. That is third behind FG and FF. This poll just confirms this fact. As I said the council and Euro elections next summer will be the real test.
 

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The Irish media are obsessed with Sinn Féin. Labour are on 5% and PBP/Solidarity on 3%. FF and FG are on about 30% each. The council elections will tell the real story next May.
FF will remain the largest party in Local Government in May. SF will probably lose seats especially as some of their ex Councillors are likely to be running.
 

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Why don't FF and FG merge- they are basically the same party.
 

freewillie

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There is no room in Ireland, North or South, for parties spouting hard left policies. A few headbangers will get elected but thats that. Sinn Fein are not, never were and never will be a socialist party. They will throw out the populist tax the rich shite knowing that they will do no such thing if they get power. They will court the U.S. business sector on their trips across the Atlantic but spout anti American crap at home. The lads who called the shots in Armagh and Tyrone wouldnt be too in favour of the equal distribution of wealth
 

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S.F are the oppostion. Mickey Martin has ceded control to F.G. Fine Gael are just the old style "Blueshirts" now. Interesting to see what happens if a Brexit crash out, a hard border and Nurses strike in the New year. Will the FFG alliance hold up???
 

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If there is a hard border next summer, I wonder how will FFG spin it? They and their media allies- RTE current affairs, INM, Newstalk will probably blame Sinn Féin for not taking their seats!
The word will be put out- blame Mary Lou for the hard border.
It will be harder for FFG to blame S.F for the Nurses though.
 

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It is difficult to break the Conservative stranglehold on British political life. A reason is they have most of the business and media on their side. Likewise with FFG here: any fall off in the polls ususally results in loads of Troubles related stuff.
That said, Leo V is a good Dáil performer. And the economy is doing well at the moment. S.F can sometime be a bit shrill. But as I said- most of the political and media commentators are FFG.
 

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S.F have taken over Labour's position in Irish politcal life. That is third behind FG and FF. This poll just confirms this fact. As I said the council and Euro elections next summer will be the real test.
se

they have kept thier own vote and attracted some labour voters up until recently
problem is they are losing their original voters because they are more like the rest
and are really now just like new labour in the UK
far far from their green vallleys and oh so metro liberal
 

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Just look up North. Every 2 or 3 days, the Unionist posters here , DoG, BwB, Cruimh have a story on Sinn Fein and their "dastardly deeds"
 

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It is difficult to break the Conservative stranglehold on British political life. A reason is they have most of the business and media on their side. Likewise with FFG here: any fall off in the polls ususally results in loads of Troubles related stuff.
That said, Leo V is a good Dáil performer. And the economy is doing well at the moment. S.F can sometime be a bit shrill. But as I said- most of the political and media commentators are FFG.
Micheal Martin is the best election campaigner out of the three main parties, he would easily beat Varadkar and Mary Lou in election debates. Varadkar is arrogant and smarmy while Mary Lou comes across as annoying.
 

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Take S.F out of the Dáil and we will have a one party FFG state. Either Leo V or Mickey Martin for the next 50 years.
 
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