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Good news for Kenny, Martin and Adams in the latest opinion poll

They’re all up.

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SUPPORT FOR FINE Gael has risen to 26% in the latest polls.

The Sunday Times Behaviour & Attitudes poll has the party up two percentage points on the last poll, conducted before the Budget.

The rising tide of support for the larger party in the coalition doesn’t extend to the junior partner, though – Labour is down a point to 7%.

Fianna Fáil climbs a point to 20% and Sinn Féin climbs two points to 21% support.

The left-wing Socialist Party/Anti-Austerity Alliance/People Before Profit coalition has 9% support, while independents have 12%. The Independent’s Alliance has 2%, while Renua and the Social Democrats are at 1% support each.

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