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There's a small bit of good news for Labour in the latest opinion poll

The independents also do well in the latest Red C-Sunday Business Post survey.

THERE ISN’T MUCH change at all in the latest Red C opinion poll – but Labour and independents are the main movers.

Labour are up just two points to 6%, according to the latest survey for the Sunday Business Post.

Independents (not counting members of the Independent Alliance) are up three points to 13%.

Here’s how the rest of the parties and groupings are faring:

  • Fianna Fáil: 26% (no change)
  • Fine Gael: 24% (no change)
  • Sinn Féin: 17% (down two – but that followed a five point bounce last month)
  • Independent Alliance: 3% (no change)
  • Solidarity-PBP: 4% (down two)
  • Greens: 4% (no change)
  • Social Democrats: 3% (no change)
  • Renua: 1% (down one)

The poll was taken between last Monday and Friday.

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