Even the staunchest of supporters will have looks of concern in their eyes, as the Red C survey shows that both Labour and Fianna Fáil sink further in the opinion scales.
Labour is nearing the bottom, with 7% support to their name, having lost two points since the last poll. If these low levels of support continue, or drop further, they will likely be eliminated from the election race.
Fianna Fáil have dropped one point, down to 18%
Sinn Féin then are up one point to 21% while Independents and others are up 2 points to 30%.
Fine Gael remain unchanged, at 24%.
The results show that more than a quarter of people who voted Fine Gael in 2011, and almost a fifth of those who voted Labour, have now moved to support Independents.
And almost a fifth of those who voted for Fine Gael now support Sinn Féin.