Sunday Times Poll: FG31 FF27 SF19 Ind 12 Lab4 GP2 SD1

sport02

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Labour on the floor with just 4% support base.

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Times/B&A (Oct 2-10 Sample 915, MoE 3.3%)

FG 31 (-2 in ~1 month)
FF 27 (+2)
SF 19
Ind 12 (+2)
Lab 4 (-1)
IA 3
GP 2
SolPBP 2 (+1)
SD 1
 


statsman

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Labour on the floor with just 4% support base.

Gav Reilly
Times/B&A (Oct 2-10 Sample 915, MoE 3.3%)

FG 31 (-2 in ~1 month)
FF 27 (+2)
SF 19
Ind 12 (+2)
Lab 4 (-1)
IA 3
GP 2
SolPBP 2 (+1)
SD 1
All within the margin of error. We're still just coasting along on a weak current of electoral uncertainty.
 

edwin

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Labour on the floor with just 4% support base.

Gav Reilly
Times/B&A (Oct 2-10 Sample 915, MoE 3.3%)

FG 31 (-2 in ~1 month)
FF 27 (+2)
SF 19
Ind 12 (+2)
Lab 4 (-1)
IA 3
GP 2
SolPBP 2 (+1)
SD 1
That brings it back into line with the other polls - small lead for FG.
 

carlovian

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Rogue poll , no way labour as high as 4%
 

the secretary

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All within the margin of error. We're still just coasting along on a weak current of electoral uncertainty.
No more need to comment on this thread after this. You nailed it
 

jmcc

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Serious brown trousers time for Labour and Howlin. With Burton being blamed for that pensions screwup, could Labour even drop another few points by the next poll? At least if Labour had had an election for its leadership instead of a coronation, it might have had some recovery. At the moment, the polls are confirming that it is becoming a margin of error party. B&A were the pollsters that "detected" the Burton bounce so things might actually be worse for Labour in that it has lost its position as a national party and is now a gaggle of personalities depending on their personal vote.
 

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Sinn Fein holding steady, on these figures it will be another FG/FF coalition...
Actually there's a problem for FF in that it may not hold on to the floating vote that saw it recover some seats.
 

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Labour on the floor with just 4% support base.

Gav Reilly
Times/B&A (Oct 2-10 Sample 915, MoE 3.3%)

FG 31 (-2 in ~1 month)
FF 27 (+2)
SF 19
Ind 12 (+2)
Lab 4 (-1)
IA 3
GP 2
SolPBP 2 (+1)
SD 1
Leo won't be very happy with the above poll.
Voters are starting to realise that a vote for poor SF is a wasted vote.
FF will only be satisfied, in fairness to them they are one of the most successful parties in serving in govt in Europe, if not the world.
A lot to play for, but poor SF are in trouble.
Is Adams the problem?
 

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Sinn Fein holding steady, on these figures it will be another FG/FF coalition...
Why do you want a FG FF coalition?
I thought the hardline shinners like yourself would be horrified by this. Most shinners seem to want it....
 

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Why do you want a FG FF coalition?
I thought the hardline shinners like yourself would be horrified by this. Most shinners seem to want it....
I can't envisage anyone in the entire country wanting a FG/FF coalition.
 

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Sinn Fein holding steady, on these figures it will be another FG/FF coalition...
Poor SF are in big trouble.
The voter is starting to realise that a vote for poor SF is a wasted vote.
Never in govt in the 26, do they need a new leader?
Interesting times ahead for poor SF.
 


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