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Sinn Féin remains Ireland’s most popular political party: opinion poll

DUBLIN: Sinn Féin is still the most popular political party in Ireland, despite a slight drop in support, according to a new poll. Mary Lou McDonald’s party received 30% support, down from 32% in December.

The Sunday Times/Behaviour and Attitudes survey has found that Leo Varadkar’s Fine Gael has received 28% support, a rise of one percent, while Taoiseach Martin’s Fianna Fáil has remained unchanged at 22%.

The Green Party is up two points to 5%, while Labour is down one to 4%.

Solidarity/People Before Profit is down two points to one point, while the Social Democrats are up one point to two points.

While Aont remains at zero points, Independent/others are on eight points (up one).

Meanwhile, Taoiseach Micheál Martin’s popularity has risen by six points, tying him with Leo Varadkar and Mary Lou McDonald on 49%.

The poll was conducted among 914 eligible Irish voters aged 18 and above between May 4 and May 18.

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