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Latest opinion poll sees jump in support for Fine Gael and Labour

This should be welcome news to the parties who saw a fall off in support back in July.

Updated 19.45pm

22/7/2015. Cabinet Meetings At Lissadell Source: Eamonn Farrell

THE LATEST RED C Poll for The Sunday Business Post sees a jump in support for Fine Gael and Labour.

The results, due to be published in the newspaper tomorrow, sees Fine Gael up three points to 28% and Labour up two points to 10%.

In July, a Red C poll for the newspaper saw Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil drop in their support, with Labour just marginally up.

The latest results sees a fall in support for Sinn Féin at 16%.

There is also disappointment for independents who saw a jump in their support back in July. However, tomorrow’s poll shows a fall of three points to 28%.

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Fianna Fáil remains the same with 18%.

First published 18.45pm

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