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Labour at lowest rating in nine months in latest poll

The latest poll for tomorrow’s Sunday Times puts support for the party at just 6%.

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THE LATEST OPINION poll shows support for the Labour party is at its lowest point in the last nine months.

The new Behaviour and Attitudes poll for tomorrow’s Sunday Times found support for the other main parties is up. Some 27% of those surveyed expressed support for Fine Gael – a three point increase on last month’s poll.

Their partners in government are not doing so well. The Labour party’s rating has fallen two points to just 6%.

Fianna Fáil saw a rise of two points putting support for the party at 20% while Sinn Féin also secured a two point bump, now at 19%.

The Green Party has gone from 1% support to 2% and independents and others saw a fall from last month’s 32% rating to 28%.

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