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ST Poll: FG 30%, FF 22%, SF 14%, Lab 12%, Ind 19%

Sierra

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Surprised this has not been mentioned yet. Tomorrows Sunday Times is carrying the above poll. Pretty good news for FF all around with Martin now seen having the highest popularity rating as a leader also.

FG - 30% (-1%)
FF - 22% (+6%)
SF - 14% (-4%)
Lab - 12% (-2%)
Ind - 19%
Greens - 2%

Boost for Fianna Fáil and Martin in new opinion poll | BreakingNews.ie


EDIT: B&A have now uploaded the detailed findings of the poll here. Some of they key findings are:

. . . Meanwhile, Micheál Martin’s improved fortunes in the personal popularity stakes are evident across all key socio demographic groupings, albeit with the most significant increases registering amongst females, urban dwellers and, encouragingly from his own longer term perspective as leader of the party, by a full 11 percentage points amongst Fianna Fáil supporters . . .

. . . Other encouraging signs for Fianna Fáil include the fact that its support levels now stand at 26% amongst 18-34 year olds; just five points behind Fine Gael within this age bracket . . .

The party is also in second place in Dublin on 21% of the vote . . .
 
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BlackLion

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Do the greens even count anymore? also poor SF all that populist trash and still they are losing support. FG are going down but FF are going up, outlook so so.
 

And So I Said

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Conservative People who rejected the coalitions pro-abortion-on-demand agenda are being forced back into the arms of FF.
 
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Aristodemus

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You will still have the SF boys on here telling us that Gerry Adams is still good for them and that their poll numbers are still up on the last general Election. as if that's a positive.
 

TommyO'Brien

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Wow, B+A is that a credible poll?
No it isn't. It is the Irish equivalent of Rasmussen in the US election that got it wrong (again).
 

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TommyO'Brien

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People who rejected the coalitions pro-abortion-on-demand agenda are being forced back into the arms of FF.
That really is clutching at straws bigtime.
 

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Interesting. I wonder was the poll taken before or after the supreme court decision on the referendum? Possibly the SF vote was affected by the murder in the north?

Will be interesting to see the Red C poll next week.
 
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So, how many crazies were asked for their persuasion in this poll.. 500 or 1000?
 

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