Significant increase in support for Sinn Féin

Significant increase in support for Sinn Féin

Another opinion poll is showing a significant increase in support for Sinn Féin.

The Irish Independent poll for tomorrow also shows two thirds of voters unhappy with the coalition.

This millward brown lansdowne poll for tomorrow's Irish Independent compares party support with the general election 14 months ago.

Fine Gael's is down two points to 34%, while Labour drops four to 15%.

Fianna Fáil remains unchanged on 17%, but Sinn Féin is also on 17 - up 7 points - another poll showing the party gaining ground with voters.

Independents and others are also up 1 to 18%.

65% of voters are dissatisfied with the coalition.


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