Support for Government up in latest poll

Support for Government up in latest poll

Latest polls show the Government has received a boost in support following the result of the Marriage Referendum last weekend.

A Red C poll for the Sunday Business Post shows support for the coalition parties is up five percentage points.

The survey of just over 1,000 adults places Fine Gael up three points to 28%, resulting in its highest support levels this year, while Labour are up two points to 10%.

Fianna Fáil is unchanged on 19%, and Sinn Féín is down one point to 21%.

The Greens also gain two points to 3%, while Renua are unchanged on 1%.

However, support for Independents has dropped by six points to 18%.


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