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Fianna Fáil support jumps as it overtakes Labour in latest Red C poll

The junior coalition partner is tied with Sinn Féin on 15 per cent support in the latest poll for the Sunday Business Post.

Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin (File photo)
Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin (File photo)
Image: Photocall Ireland

FIANNA FÁIL HAS seen its support jump in the latest Red C poll for the Sunday Business Post with it now the second most popular party in Ireland according to the survey.

Fine Gael remains the most popular party in the county up one from the last poll and on 32 per cent support, the governing party is followed by Fianna Fáil on 18 per cent, up 4 percentage points from the last poll over a month ago.

Micheál Martin’s party has overtaken Labour whose support has fallen by two percentage points to 15 per cent. FF has also climbed above Sinn Féin which is also on 15 per cent, a drop of one percentage point.

The Green Party is on one per cent as is the Socialist Party, with independents and others on 18 per cent.

The poll was conducted among more than 1,000 voters nationwide last Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Full details will be in tomorrow’s Sunday Business Post.

October: Fianna Fáil remains fourth in party support – Red C poll >

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