Sunday Times B & A Poll April 17th

Breanainn

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Changes in relation to GE result:

FF 26% (+2)
FG 23% (-3)
SF 17% (+2)
Ind 10% (-3)
IA 8% (+ 4)
Lab 4% (-3)
AAA-PBP 4% (-)
Greens 3% (-)
SD 2% (-1)
Others 4%
 


ruserious

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Utterly depressing stuff. Sick of the parties.
 

Breanainn

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Except the shift from FG to the Independent Alliance seems rather pronounced.
 

Airwave

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So taken the margin of error into account the Labour party might not exist at all ?.
 

im axeled

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the trousering party -3, does this incluse the +3 from winning all theose seats in 2011, if so then the liebour/stickie/dissos are not within the margin off error
 

Breanainn

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Seems the Workers' Party are on 3% - not sure why they're always so high in B&A polls?
 

FunkyBoogaloo

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Nice to know the two main Tweedles still cannot manage to muster 50% support. Slip, slip, sliding away. :)
 

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Changes in relation to GE result:

FF 26% (+2)
FG 23% (-3)
SF 17% (+2)
Ind 10% (-3)
IA 8% (+ 4)
Lab 4% (-3)
AAA-PBP 4% (-)
Greens 3% (-)
SD 2% (-1)
Others 4%
So FG proactive in trying to get a government formed down
FF who have been given the run around by FG and out flanked by Enda up
SF who refuse to partake or help in any way - up
:shock::roll: - WTF?
 

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Good stuff! Everything, as entirely predicted, is getting back to 'normal'. Rinse, repeat, see you in ten years for the crash.

Ireland. Live a different life. Or not. Whatevs.
It's a poll, we had the real one a few weeks back.

But if by your post you mean that FF are on their way to being the largest party again and that's supposed to be a bad thing, well, yes, probably and no.

Ireland doesn't need a different life, it just needs to do what it has been doing, but just learn as it goes and do it a little or a lot better each time.
 


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