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Poll: Which party would you vote for if an election were held tomorrow?

Fianna Fáil are continuing their climb in opinion polls – but who would your vote go to in a general election?

Image: AP Photo/Peter Morrison

FIANNA FÁIL HAS been consolidating its position as the second most popular party in the country with three recent opinion polls showing the party pulling ahead of both Labour and Sinn Féin.

The coalition parties have both seen their satisfaction ratings drop slightly in recent months as they deal with pre-Budget kite-flying, but Fine Gael have managed to maintain its position as the most popular country by some distance. Independent candidates have continued to reap support with the most recent opinion poll showing 19 per cent support for non-party candidates.

So today we’re asking: Who would you vote for if an election were held tomorrow?

Poll Results:

Fianna Fáil (1838)
Sinn Féin (1755)
Labour (1288)
Fine Gael (987)
Independent/Other (980)
None of the above/Abstain (955)
Green Party (805)
Socialist Party (395)

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