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Who would you like to see leading the country now ?


Who would you like to see leading the country now ?

  • Brian Cowen

    Votes: 5 3.1%
  • Brian Lenihan

    Votes: 8 4.9%
  • Mary Hanafin

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Enda Kenny

    Votes: 16 9.8%
  • Richard Bruton

    Votes: 21 12.9%
  • James Reilly

    Votes: 9 5.5%
  • Eamon Gilmore

    Votes: 23 14.1%
  • Ruairi Quinn

    Votes: 13 8.0%
  • Joan Burton

    Votes: 1 0.6%
  • Gerry Adams

    Votes: 11 6.7%
  • None of the above

    Votes: 56 34.4%

  • Total voters
    163


anewbeginning

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Another poll designed to put pressure on EK methinks. I have no doubt Cowen will do better than Kenny in this poll, confirming my long held belief that the electorate are partly responsible for the mess we are in.
 

Rocky

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Another poll designed to put pressure on EK methinks. I have no doubt Cowen will do better than Kenny in this poll, confirming my long held belief that the electorate are partly responsible for the mess we are in.
He had a 100% of the vote there for a second. (I was the first person to vote)
 

Rocky

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Another poll designed to put pressure on EK methinks. I have no doubt Cowen will do better than Kenny in this poll, confirming my long held belief that the electorate are partly responsible for the mess we are in.
On another note I don't think anyone cares what the result of a p.ie poll is and p.ie isn't representative of the electorate.
 

Congalltee

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Charles J Haughey, but given his unavailability, Ray McSharry (through the 1987 Programme for National Recovery, they are the only ones who had sufficent grasp of the enormity of of troubles). The rest are economic illiterates.
 

goatstoe

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On another note I don't think anyone cares what the result of a p.ie poll is and p.ie isn't representative of the electorate.
You could be right there. I've always had the impression that there is a larger volume of FG supporters on P.ie than would be found proportionately in the general public at large. Is there any data gathered by P.ie on which parties if any P.ie members are aligned to?
 

cry freedom

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Bring back Richie Ryan.
He sorted out the 70's mess.
 

Indiansign

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I think you should consider adding Varadakar to the ticket...

...that said, I've already given my vote to "none of the above"
 

QuareHawk

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On another note I don't think anyone cares what the result of a p.ie poll is and p.ie isn't representative of the electorate.
+1
Sad fact, most divvys use the net for porn, farmville or twitter and only care how many friends they have on facefu(k.

Now 12.50, poll open 22 min, 34 votes
None of above 13
Kenny 6
Bruton 6
Lenihan 1
Quinn 3
 
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Clanrickard

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Augusto Pinochet or nearest equivalent.
 

Grumpy Jack

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Michael Noonan - only experienced political heavyweight on FG frontbench. Why has he not been included in poll?
 

Mister men

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I'd like to see the job offered to Bill Clinton. I'm deadly serious btw.
 

PUFF DADDY

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I'd Ivan Yates, in fact would love to have a campaign to have him back in the thick of it.

IMHO - If he was made leader of FG today, the polls would rocket sky high.
 

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