Latest poll shows dip in support for Government parties

Latest poll shows dip in support for Government parties

Support for the two groups in Government has fallen slightly over the summer, according to a new opinion poll.

But the first Red C poll of the new term, for tomorrow's Sunday Business Post, shows support for Fine Gael falling one point to 25%, while the Independent Alliance also drop one point to 4%.

Fianna Fáil, which is supporting the minority Government, also falls two points but remains the most popular party on 27%.

Sinn Féin gain two points to 15%, Labour are up one to 7%, while independents are on 10%, a rise of three percentage points.

The AAA/PBP is on 6%, with the Social Democrats on 4% and the Greens on 2%.


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