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Sunday Business Post Poll Tomorrow




ShankillFalls

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Is there a poll every week now? Is there an election coming? Assuming FG and Labour aren't total eejits (no laughing in the cheap seats!) this government will last for another 2.5 years and by that stage everything will be, er, fixed right?

And all joking aside anyone who thinks that FF would have different policies to the current incumbents is dreaming.
 

harshreality

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Looks ok for the government parties.

Wonder what has caused the growth in support for the government and the decline in support for the opposition.
 

Hewson

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Just now on Twitter. Interesting numbers.



The Sunday Business Post

Not great for SF/FF. OK for the coalition partners.
That Labour figure is out by a plus factor of 12%.

Otherwise no great surprises. FF still in the dog house. SF barking outside.
 

the secretary

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Interesting result.
FG will be happy as will Labour.
FF won't be too disappointed either.
Shinners won't be over the moon with it.
 

carlovian

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Shows the rogue nature of the ff sindo poll last week.

If I was fg or lab I'd be happy.

Very poor result for sf.

Can the op be adjusted to show the figures, otherwise it looks like
it's just saying there will be a poll. Cheers.
 

statsman

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Looks ok for the government parties.

Wonder what has caused the growth in support for the government and the decline in support for the opposition.

Some recent relatively good news. SF and FF have little concrete to offer by way of an alternative on the Big Things, despite the noises they make.
 

carlovian

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Some recent relatively good news. SF and FF have little concrete to offer by way of an alternative on the Big Things, despite the noises they make.
You're saying Thomas byrne is not the solution ?
 

Mr. Bumble

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Just now on Twitter. Interesting numbers.



The Sunday Business Post

Not great for SF/FF. OK for the coalition partners.
What a difference a week makes. Lab had dropped 2% to 9% in last week's Sindo poll and this week, in this poll, they jump 1% to 13%. Curiouser and curiouser.
 

ne0ica

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In America they have Real Clear Politics which gives an average of all the polls which is usually closest to the mark. Is there anything similar in Ireland.
 

statsman

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What a difference a week makes. Lab had dropped 2% to 9% in last week's Sindo poll and this week, in this poll, they jump 1% to 13%. Curiouser and curiouser.
Pure coincidence.
 

harshreality

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In America they have Real Clear Politics which gives an average of all the polls which is usually closest to the mark. Is there anything similar in Ireland.
In the eternal words of Fr Dick Byrne from Rugged Island let me just say NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoooooooooooooooooo
 

Plebian

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Bit of a head-scratcher when compared to the other recent polls, but at least FF aren't on 30% and the IND/Others vote is very high despite the Ming controversy. Wonder what the undecideds percentage was?
 

flavirostris

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brilliant poll going into the bye-election. Hopefully we've seen the high watermark of the SF/FF economic illiterate alternative.
 

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