Satisfaction with the Government has improved according to the latest political opinion poll out today.
A Sunday Times/Behaviour and Attitudes Survey shows it is up two points to 52%.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar remains the most popular party leader on 59%, up four points.
Fianna Fáil's Michael Martin saw a five point rise in approval to 55%.
Sunday Times News:
Sinn Fein up three points in latest Behaviour & Attitudes poll, the first taken since @MaryLouMcDonald became leader. Fine Gael down four, and Fianna Fail up two— john burns (@JohnBurnsST) March 17, 2018
Sinn Fein leader Mary Lou Mc Donald's popularity stands at 46%, while Labour Leader Brendan Howlin's support has slipped 1 point to 44%.
The poll shows that the gap between Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil stands at 5%, compared to last month's 11 point lead by the main government party.
Sunday Times poll:
The poll was conducted by interviews with 900 voters between 6th-13th March.
- Digital Desk