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Poll: Who would you support if an election was held tomorrow?

Latest opinion polls have suggested Fianna Fáil has taken a commanding lead on Fine Gael.

A NEW OPINION poll has suggested that Fianna Fáil is 11 points clear of Fine Gael as the minority government party faces a motion of no confidence next week.

The results, published in today’s Sunday Times, show how Enda Kenny’s party has been hit badly by the ongoing Maurice McCabe scandal.

This is Fianna Fáil’s third successive rise in the polls over the last six months.

So, with a potential election on the horizon, we’re asking: Which way would you vote if a general election was held tomorrow? 

Poll Results:

Sinn Féin (6471)
Fianna Fáil (5235)
Fine Gael (3912)
 Independents/Others (2584)
People Before Profit/Anti Austerity Alliance (1899)
Social Democrats (1787)
Labour (840)
Green Party (792)

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