New poll spells good news for Fianna Fáíl

New poll spells good news for Fianna Fáíl

Fianna Fáíl would be marginally more popular than Fine Gael in the event of a sudden General Election, according to a new poll.

The Behaviour & Attitudes Poll in tomorrow's Sunday Times shows Fianna Fáil on 27%, just ahead of Fine Gael on 26%.

Sinn Féin would be on 16% with Labour back on 5%, just ahead of the Greens and the Anti-Austerity Alliance/People Before Profit, who each have 4%.

The poll also shows Micheál Martin remains the most popular of the party leaders, with Eamon Ryan in second place.


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