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Poll: If you could vote in Dublin Bay South who would you vote for?

The constituency will go to the polls on Thursday.

Image: Leah Farrell

WITH ONLY TWO days to go until voters in Dublin Bay South cast their ballots in the by-election the final push for votes is on. 

The by-election was called after former Fine Gael minister Eoghan Murphy resigned his Dáil seat at the end of April. The constituency will go to the polls on Thursday. 

It has been a closely watched contest for weeks now with election teams hitting the streets and political parties out in force fighting for their candidate. 

Today we want to know, if you could vote in Dublin Bay South who would you vote for?


Poll Results:

Lynn Boylan (Sinn Féin) (5414)
Ivana Bacik (Labour) (3640)
James Geoghegan (Fine Gael) (3040)
Justin Barrett (National Party) (2383)
Mairéad Tóibín (Aontú) (1287)
Claire Byrne (Green Party) (1121)
Sarah Durcan (Social Democrats) (976)
Deirdre Conroy (Fianna Fáil) (922)
Brigid Purcell (People Before Profit) (853)
Dolores Cahill (Independent) (565)
Mannix Flynn (Independent) (444)
Jacqui Gilbourne (Renua) (157)
Peter Dooley (Independent) (135)
Colm O'Keefe (Independent) (96)
John Keigher (Independent) (53)















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