Sinn Fein are 8 points ahead of their nearest rival Fine Gael. The poll was carried out by Ireland Thinks for The Irish Daily Mail on Sunday, the poll was taken on Saturday the 19th of June, 2021. Other parties are on 19%, followed by Fianna Fáil on 15% and then Independents on 8%.
Sinn Fein are 5 points ahead of their nearest rival Fine Gael. Sinn Fein have 30% support, while Fine Gael have 25%. Fianna Fail remain low on 15%. The Social Democrats continue to slowly rise with 7%, while Aontu, the Labour Party, Solidarity-PBP and The Green Party are all under 5% support. The poll was conducted for The Irish Daily Mail by Ireland Thinks.
Sinn Fein has retain the most support in the latest Ireland Thinks poll for the Irish Daily Mail. They dropped 4 points from the last poll and have 27% support, Fine Gael lost 1 point and dropped to 26%. Fianna Fail saw an increase of 2 to bring them to 16% support. Independents and other parties both had 10% support. The Social Democrats had 6%, with Labour on 5%.
Sinn Fein have a 31% support among Irish voters, according to the latest poll from Ireland Thinks for The Irish Daily Mail. There nearest rival party is Fine Gael with 27% support. Fianna Fail continue to retain 14% support in this poll. The Green Party\'s support has fallen back to 2%. The Social Democrat\'s have seen their biggest share in support with 7%, while The Labour Party have 5% support. People Before Profit and Aontu have 3% support each, while independents have 8% support.
Sinn Féin and left wing political parties have all seen a rise in support in the latest opinion poll carried bout by Ireland Thinks for The Mail on Sunday. Together opposition parties have 46% support. Independents have 9% support, while government parties (Fianna Fail, Fine Gael and The Green Party) are also on 46%. Fine Gael remain Sinn Fein\'s closest rival with 26%. Fianna Fail is at 15% while The Green Party are at 5%. The Social Democrats are on 6%, followed by The Labour Party on 5%.
It\'s looking more and more likely that Fine Gael and Sinn Féín will be the two biggest parties after the next general election as Fianna Fáil remain on a downward slope. Fine Gael tops the latest political poll by Ireland Thinks for the Mail On Sunday with 32% of the vote, Sinn Féin are in second place with 28%. Fianna Fáil saw a slight increase in the poll to 14% from 11%. The Social Democrats were the only other party to reach 5%, other parties are on 14%, while independents have 7%.