Poll sees Fine Gael make slight gain at expense of Labour

Poll sees Fine Gael make slight gain at expense of Labour

Fine Gael has made small gains at the expense of Labour in a new opinion poll.

However, Fianna Fáil remains the most popular party in the country unchanged on 30%, according to the Behaviour and Attitudes Survey for the Sunday Times.

Fine Gael is on 28%, Sinn Féin is on 17%, Labour drops to 3%, the Greens are on 2%, AAA/PBP are on 3%, the Independent Alliance are on 5% and other Independents have 11% support.

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