Sinn Féin gains ground in opinion poll

Sinn Féin gains ground in opinion poll
Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald.

Sinn Féin has made a gain of six percentage points in the latest Behaviour and Attitudes poll for the Sunday Times.

The party now stands at 20% for the first time since April.

Fianna Fáil has retained the lead at 29% but it's down a point on last month, while Fine Gael's support is steady at 26%.

The Greens are on 5% and Labour is at 3%, both down two points.

The Social Democrats, Solidarity-PBP, and Renua have one% each.

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