Poll: Fianna Fáil sees surge in support following Taoiseach's election announcement
Fianna Fáil has seen a surge in support in the latest political opinion poll, as Leo Varadkar says the election should be in May next year.
It puts the slimmest of margins between the two parties after the week of party conferences.
Labour rises one to 6% since the last poll was done in May The Greens stay pat at 7%, with the Independent Alliance on 3% and the Social Democrats on 1%.
Unaligned independents have 13% of the electorate nationally.This latest survey sets up an interesting new Dáil term between Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil as they continue budget negotiationsRead more: BreakingNews.ie
Poll: Fianna Fáil sees surge in support following Taoiseach's election announcementFianna Fáil has seen a surge in support in the latest political opinion poll, as Leo Varadkar says the election should be in May next year.
Taoiseach says party would support Fianna Fáil led Government under confidence and supply agreementThe Taoiseach has conceded that his party would be willing to support a Fianna Fáil-led Government under a new confidence and supply agreement, writes Elaine_Loughlin
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