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Thread: SBP POLL - FG 31, FF24, LAB 23, SF 10, GR 3, Oths 9

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    Default SBP POLL - FG 31, FF24, LAB 23, SF 10, GR 3, Oths 9

    straight from the paper

    FG 31 (-2)
    FF24,(nc)
    LAB 23 (-4)
    SF 10 (+2)
    GR 3 (+1)
    Oths 9 (+3)

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    confidence in Cowen as Taoiseach

    YES 19
    NO 64
    DK 17

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    29 percent of voters more likely to vote FF if Cowen replaced

    this includes 21% of both FG and LAB current voters

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    Triumph for FG as Enda Kenny sees off Gilmore challenge.
    There are times when you are simply required to be impolite. There are times when condescension is called for!
    - Aaron Sorkin writing as President Bartlet to Obama, NYT 21/09/2008

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    That's more like it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by droghedasouth View Post
    Triumph for FG as Enda Kenny sees off Gilmore challenge.
    certainly would be. Very confusing in the context of the Lansdown poll, LP 23 as opposed to 35, SF 10 as opposed to 4....?

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    No news is good news for them all really.
    "A govt big enough to give you everything you want, is strong enough to take everything you have" Thomas Jefferson

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    Labour will have to be disappointed in this! No bounce whatsoever - actually down and FF no change - now that is shocking

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    All the alcoholics in the country must be FF supporters.

    Really though Kenny and FG need massive change and be more strident in getting the seriousness of the problems and the extent of their policies to address it. They were too passive allowing labour to leap frog them as the cozy consensus that they beleived they were number 1 and labour no 2 for ever.
    Force Kenny to walk away or move to ministerial role and attack labour fantasy economics and go more right wing rather than wishy washy centrist crap.

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    I feel its a more realistic poll than the TV3 one.

    I cant see Labour on more than 30% and i cant see SF on 4% (particularly with Factuals steady growth policy !!)
    I believe that children are the future

    Unless we stop them now.

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