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Support for Irish PM’s party hits low

DUBLIN: Despite gaining the right to govern Ireland, Fine Gael’s popularity among the general public has not increased. Prime Minister Leo Varadkar’s party has seen a four-point drop in popular support, despite a rise in the approval rating of governing front-runner Fianna Fail and the Green Party holding its popularity level from last month.

Fina Gael’s approval rating, which was previously at 23, has fallen to 19. The Sunday Times/Behavior and Attitudes poll indicates the demise of the ruling party.

At the same time, Fianna fail’s popular support increased by four points, from 21 to 25%. According to the most recent polls, the Green Party’s popularity remains unchanged at 5%. Sinn Féin’s popularity has remained stable, with 34% of the vote. According to the survey, there has been no drop in popularity in the last month. The Labor Party, Social Democrats, and PBP all gained one point in popular support. Independents’ support fell by four points as well.

This is a survey of 936 voters conducted over the course of 13 days, ending last Tuesday.

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