There is mixed news for the Government parties in the latest opinion poll.
The poll in tomorrow's Sunday Times shows Labour’s support is down, while the other three main parties all make gains.
The poll was taken in the 13 days running up to last Wednesday and shows Fine Gael gaining two points to 26%.
Sinn Féin gain two points to go up to 21% and they are now ahead of Fianna Fáil, who are up a point to 20%.
However, the Labour Party does not make any gain instead dropping to 7%, down one point in four weeks.
That means Labour is now behind the combined left bloc of the Anti-Austerity/People Before Profit Alliance, which is up two points to 9%.