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Independents top the latest poll with 31% support

There was a drop in support for both Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil in The Sunday Business Post Red C poll.

New Political Venture called Social Democrats with L TO Stephen Donnelly with Catherine Murphy and Roisin Shortall.
New Political Venture called Social Democrats with L TO Stephen Donnelly with Catherine Murphy and Roisin Shortall.
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THE LATEST RED C poll for the Sunday Business Post shows that support for independents has risen, taking 31% support.

Both Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil see a drop in support, Labour is marginally up and Sinn Féin sees no change.

The polls results have Fine Gael at 25% down 3 points, Fianna Fáil at 18% down 2 points and Labour up 1 point to 8%.

Sinn Féin came in at 18% – no change.

Independents have seen a rise of 4 points.

Within the independents grouping, the Greens and the Social Democrats are each on 2%, while both Renua and People Before Profit are at 1%.

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Last week The Sunday Times/ Behaviour & Attitudes poll also showed independents at 31%.

12% of voters said they were undecided .

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