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Poll: How would you grade the Government's first 100 days?

A-plus or D-minus? Mark the report card for the Fine Gael-Labour coalition’s first stint in office.

Would you give the government an F for 'fabulous' or an F for 'fail'?
Would you give the government an F for 'fabulous' or an F for 'fail'?

THEY BROUGHT YOU the jobs initiative – but also controversial suggestions on how to fund it. They brought you cuts to ministerial pay – but also a reversal of the proposed minimum wage cut.

It’s been 100 days since the Fine Gael-Labour coalition took office after voters ousted Fianna Fail from power in the February 25 election. Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Tanaiste Eamon Gilmore will be outlining what they believe they have achieved so far at a press conference today.

But do you think the Government as a whole has been doing its homework? What overall score would you give them on their first report card?

Vote here:

Poll Results:

C ...Average effort - potential to improve (432)
B ...Satisfactory (367)
D ...Disappointing - could try harder (327)
F ...Class clown (196)
E ...Too much messing down the back (145)
A ...Excellent work (107)

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