There was good news for the Fianna Fáil party this past weekend as a latest poll has found they are the most favoured amongst voters.
According to the Sunday Times Behaviours & Attitudes poll Michael Martin’s party has once again gained the public’s support which now puts then ahead of Fine Gael.
The latest poll which was conducted between the 29th of June and the 11th of July has found that Fianna Fáil has moved up one point to 30% putting them ahead of Fine Gael who remain unchanged on 29%.
Meanwhile it was much of the same for Sinn Féin and Labour as they also remained unchanged on 18% and 5% respectively.
The news which will surely be welcomed by Mr Martin and his colleagues comes as the vast majority of the Irish public are becoming concerned with Fine Gael’s minority led Government under Leo Varadkar’s leadership.
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