Fine Gael is now just one point a head of Sinn Fein. Fine Gael are on 30% support according the the latest Red C poll for The Sunday Business Post. Sinn Fein are on 29%. Fianna Fail have yet to make any gains with 13%. The Green Party are on 5%. All other parties are on 12%, while independents are on 11%.
Fine Gael remain on 30% in the latest Sunday Business Post/Red C poll. Sinn Féin dropped 2 points to 27% while Fianna Fail gained 2 points with 13% support. Independents and The Social Democrats saw no change, with 11% and 5% support respectively. Labour gained 1 point from the last poll with 5% support. The Green fell back to 4%.
Fianna Fail, the Taoiseach\'s party, continues to only hold on to 11% support from the electorate according to the latest Sunday Business Post RED C opinion poll. Fine Gael are just 1% ahead of the main opposition party, Sinn Féin, with 30% support. The Social Democrats and the Green Party are both on 5% each, with Independents on 11%.
The Taoiseach\'s Party, Fianna Fail, continue to lose favour in opinion polls. The party has just 13% support in the latest Sunday Business Post Red C poll. Government partners, Fine Gael and The Green Party, have 29% and 3% support respectively. While, Sinn Fein continues to retain 29% support. The Social Democrats have 6% support, with Independents and Other parties getting 12% and 11%, respectively. The poll was taken between the 18th and 25th of February, 2021.
Fine Gael has 29% support in the latest Red C Sunday Business Post political poll. The poll was carried out among 1,000 voters between January 21st and January 28th 2021. Sinn Fein was in second place with 27%, while Fianna Fáil retains just 16% of the vote. Both The Green Party and the Social Democrats had 5%. Other political parties are on 8%, while independents have 10% support.
According to the latest opinion poll Sinn Féin remains the most popular political party but only by one percentage point, Fine Gael retains a 28% share of the vote. An Taoiseach\'s Fianna Fail has just 15% share of the vote. The other coalition party, The Green Party, has 3% of the vote, while both the Social Democrats and The Labour Party have a 5% share. Indpendents have a 7% share with Solidarity-People-Before-Profit having 3%. Aontu made the largest jump in support with a 4% share. The poll was carried out by Ireland Thinks for the Irish Mail on Sunday.