There was good news for Enda Kenny and his colleagues as a latest poll has revealed that Fine Gael still remains the most popular party in the country.
According to The Sunday Times/Behaviour & Attitudes Poll the minority government leaders still remain the most popular choice in the country with 28% of the public’s support.
Although Michael Martin and Fianna Fáil, will be quite content as they remain just one point behind with 27%.
The latest poll does not however make for good reading for either the Labour or the Independent Alliance as they have both dropped a point to 4%.
Meanwhile the Social Democrats and Solidarity/PBP are also down one to just 1%.
However there was good news for Sinn Fein as they remained unchanged on 18%, whilst the Independents and others are up 2 to 12%.
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