Fine Gael slump as Fianna Fail take lead in latest polls - Greens reborn.

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Fianna Fail are proof doing nothing wins elections as they take a significant lead over Fine Gael.



  • Fianna Fáil 28 (no change)
  • Fine Gael 23 (-5)
  • Sinn Féin 12 (-7)
  • Independents / Others 13 (+4)
  • Green Party 11 (+6)
  • Labour 5 (+1)
  • Independent Alliance 3 (no change)
  • Solidarity / PBP 2 (-1)
  • Aontú 1 (+1)
  • Renua 1 (+1)
  • Social Democrats 1 (no change)
Sunday Times / Behaviour & Attitudes opinion poll has put support for Fianna Fáíl at 28%, five points higher than Fine Gael, which has dropped by five points to 23%.

The poll shows that support for Fine Gael is at its lowest point since Leo Varadkar became Taoiseach two years ago.
 

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Fianna Fail are proof doing nothing wins elections as they take a significant lead over Fine Gael.



  • Fianna Fáil 28 (no change)
  • Fine Gael 23 (-5)
  • Sinn Féin 12 (-7)
  • Independents / Others 13 (+4)
  • Green Party 11 (+6)
  • Labour 5 (+1)
  • Independent Alliance 3 (no change)
  • Solidarity / PBP 2 (-1)
  • Aontú 1 (+1)
  • Renua 1 (+1)
  • Social Democrats 1 (no change)
Sunday Times / Behaviour & Attitudes opinion poll has put support for Fianna Fáíl at 28%, five points higher than Fine Gael, which has dropped by five points to 23%.

The poll shows that support for Fine Gael is at its lowest point since Leo Varadkar became Taoiseach two years ago.
Paddy really is a thick, dozy fucker.

All FFailed policies that FG have put forward and implemented are vetted and supported by the FFailures, the same FFailures who bankrupted the country and brought the IMF here.
 

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I utterly despise Varadkar, but the idea of FF getting in is too depressing to contemplate.

All of the same globohomo subservience to the EU, but with added economic illiteracy and the potential for destroying the economy again, leaving another lost generation of youth emigrating.
 

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We could see a Fianna Fail/Green coalition.

As if 2008 never happened!
And the IMF will be back quick smart.

Remember folks, when the next recession hits, there'll be no 'bail-out', it'll be a 'bail-in'....anything you have in savings or in a pension will be stolen by FFG traitors.

The country is €220 billion in debt and there'll be no cheap interest loans/bonds for any government next time.

Get your money out of the country or into gold!
 

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I wonder how much the Housing issue is boosting FF.

They always had the reputation for being good at building houses.
 
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SF had a real chance to be the opposition party, they had a good standing and with Gerry stepping down the next leader should have taken them into the 21st Century.

Instead, we got Mary Lou pandering to Gays, Immigrants and every other ridiculous issue that does not affect the ordinary citizen of Ireland.

Now we have nobody except fringe political movements that are demonized and given no air time to put their views across.
 

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great to see sinn feins dead body being kicked along the ground and fully deserved :) on course to lose over half dail seats , keep up the good work mary lou prawn
 
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An upliftinhlg poll, showing FG and SF falling apart and FF not gaining
What is the bad news. A bit of taxing will cure the green.
An opening for the NP and Gemma I reckon
 
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