Opinion polls suggest Fianna Fáil is the most popular party among voters
Two new opinion polls published this morning suggest Fianna Fáil is the most popular party among voters.
Fianna Fáil is up three percentage points to 29%. Sinn Féin is at 13%, a drop of two points in the The Sunday Business Post RedC survey which also suggests support for Fine Gael is at 26%, unchanged since last month.
There has been no change in support for Labour and the AAA-PBP.
Support for the Independent Alliance stands at 5%, gaining one point, however, other Independents have dropped four points and now stand at 7%.
The Social Democrats and the Green party are both on 4% and Others are at 2%.
Meanwhile, the Sunday Times Behaviour and Attitudes poll suggests support for Fine Gael stands at 25%, dropping one point.
The Fianna Fáil rise in support is seen as the party is up five points to 30%.
Sinn Féin stands at 14%, dropping three points.
The poll indicates small gains for both Labour and the AAA-PBP.
The Independent Alliance is down two points and stands now at 4% support, other Independents are also down.
The Social Democrats and the Green party are both on 2% in this poll and the Workers Party are at 3% support.