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Fianna Fáil fall five points to 10% while Fine Gael stay on top on 35%, in latest poll

A Business Post/Red C Research poll indicates that Fianna Fáil are down 5 points, while there’s no change for Sinn Féin or Fine Gael.

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FIANNA FÁIL ARE down five percentage points to 10% while the Greens are up one point to 6%, according to a Business Post-Red C Research poll.

The third government party Fine Gael has seen no change and remains on 35%.

Comparing the results to a Business Post-Red C opinion poll from May, it shows that there has also been no change Sinn Féin, the second largest party on 27%.

There has been no change to support for the Labour Party, the Social Democrats, or Solidarity-PBP.

The only political parties to see an increase in support were the Green Party (up one point), and Aontú (also up one point).

Here are the results (link to the Business Post story here):

  • Fine Gael, 35% (no change)
  • Sinn Féin, 27% (no change)
  • Fianna Fáil, 10% (down 5)
  • Independent, 10% (up 3)
  • Green Party, 6% (up 1)
  • Labour Party, 3% (no change)
  • Social Democrats, 4% (no change)
  • Solidarity/PBP, 2% (no change)
  • Aontú, 2% (up 1)
  • Other, 1% (up 1)

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