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Sinn Féin Experiences Substantial Decline in Opinion Poll Support

Dublin: A recent opinion poll conducted by the Sunday Independent/Ireland Thinks reveals a notable decline in support for Sinn Féin in Ireland, with the party losing four percentage points in vote share following the budget announcement. Conversely, approval ratings for government parties have shown an increase.

The poll results suggest that Sinn Féin’s support has dropped to 31%, down by four points. Fine Gael has gained two points, bringing its potential vote share to 21%, while Fianna Fáil has seen a one-point increase, reaching 18%. The Green Party’s support remains stable at 4%.

The Social Democrats maintain their current standing at 5%, while the Solidarity-People Before Profit parties may secure up to 4%, and Labour is projected to receive 3% of the vote. Independent candidates and other parties, according to new polls, could capture between 1% and 14% of the vote.

Notably, the ratings of all three leaders within the Coalition have seen improvements, while Sinn Féin’s leader, Mary Lou McDonald, has experienced a slight dip in popularity. Support for the current coalition has increased by four points, reaching 41%. These poll results suggest that the ruling coalition partners could once again garner sufficient votes to form a government if a general election were held at the present time.

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