Fianna Fáil take the lead in popularity poll for first time in 8 years

Fianna Fáil take the lead in popularity poll for first time in 8 years

A new poll shows Fianna Fáil overtaking Fine Gael for the first time in eight years.

At 26%, the party holds a three-point lead over Fine Gael.

The Behaviour & Attitudes survey in today's Sunday Times has Sinn Féin up two points to 17%, while the Independent Alliance are up three points to 8%.

Labour is unchanged at 4% while unaligned independents are down three points to 10%.

The Triple A-People Before Profit is down one point to 4%.

The Greens and the Workers Party are on 3% and the Social Democrats are down one point to 2%, while Renua are down two points to 1%.


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