Poll Support for Fine Gael and Leo increases - July 2018

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A new poll carried out by Behaviour and Attitudes for the Sunday Times, showed that satisfaction with the government has risen slightly to 48%, while support for Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has increased by one percentage point to 56%.
Fine Gael surges ahead as Fianna Fáil support drops by 3 percentage points

According to the poll, support for individual parties are as follows:
  • Fine Gael 34% (+3)
  • Sinn Féin 22% (-2)
  • Fianna Fáil 21% (-3)
  • Others 10% (+1)
  • Independent Alliance 4% (+1)
  • Labour 3% (-1)
  • Green 2% (=)
  • Sol/Pbp 1% (-1)
  • Social Democrats 1% (=)
The results are derived from 931 face-to-face interviews with eligible Irish voters, carried out between the 5-17 July. The margin of error is 3.3%.
Sadly because of this, I can see an election early next year with Fine Gael taking more seats in the Dail and pushing ahead with more liberal mad ideas that will destroy further the soul of this country and its unique cultural heritage.
 

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Tbh Hans it wouldn't matter if any of the others got in. It'd be the same deal. The Shinners for eg would probably fling the doors open wider still.

Fine Gael is supposed to be Ireland's most conservative party ohhhhhhhhhhh
 

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Tbh Hans it wouldn't matter if any of the others got in. It'd be the same deal. The Shinners for eg would probably fling the doors open wider still.

Fine Gael is supposed to be Ireland's most conservative party ohhhhhhhhhhh

True a chara, it's sad to think that so many Irish people are actively seeking the destruction of our once noble race - and its replacement with a négroid mulatto pottage.

 

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Labour does look to be in a spot of trouble. it really hasn't been able to gain any percentage points under Brendan Who (Howlin).
 

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Labour does look to be in a spot of trouble. it really hasn't been able to gain any percentage points under Brendan Who (Howlin).

The Blueshirtlifters have more or less cannibalized Labour policies and made Labour redundant. These days, if you're a mass migration loving Abortionist faggot, you vote Fine Gael, not Labour.
 
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The Blueshirtlifters have more or less cannibalized Labour policies and made Labour redundant. These days, if you're a mass migration loving Abortionist faggot, you vote Fine Gael, not Labour.
Or you can vote for that colossus of Irish politics Justin Barrett and his racist misogynist party
 
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