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Poll: If there was an election held today, who would you vote for?

It’s a long way off but how would you vote if there were an election right now?

Image: Peter Morrison/AP/Press Association Images

THIS WEEK A new Ipsos MRBI poll showed a rise in support for Fianna Fáil which is now the second most popular party in the country according to the survey.

The poll in the Irish Times showed a fall in support for Sinn Féin and Fine Gael while there was a small rise in support for the Labour Party. Independents and others were on down on previous polls and the Green Party were at two per cent.

An election is a long way off at this point with the next poll not scheduled until April 2016 at the latest but with the current administration now a year-and-a-half old we want to know what you think of the current political crop.

So, if there was an election held today, who would you vote for?


Poll Results:

Sinn Fein (1370)
Fianna Fail (1342)
Fine Gael (1237)
United Left Alliance (PBP/Socialists) (905)
Green Party (737)
Don't know (676)
Labour Party (578)
Independent/others (516)








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