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Thread: Millward Brown Poll - FG 24% (-1%) FF 23% (-4) SF 21% (+1) LB 11% (-2%) Ind 22% (+6)

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    Default Millward Brown Poll - FG 24% (-1%) FF 23% (-4) SF 21% (+1) LB 11% (-2%) Ind 22% (+6)

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    Again FF/FG/SF sharing the twenties.

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    Fine Gael still top of the pile!
    FF said hello and welcome to the IMF. FG said goodbye.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tough Paddy View Post
    Fine Gael still top of the pile!
    Its their own pile

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    Normal service reestablished.

    I would expect the gov to be down due to the unavoidable effects of austerity , but I guess this shows the paucity of the oppo benches.
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    Wake me up when Labour finally dip into single figures.
    Infamy, infamy, they've all got it infamy!

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    Still over three years to the general election. I know this stuff gives us something to graze on in the meantime but the level of obsessing that these polls get is a wee bit overdone.
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    I still prefer the monthly RedC polls

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    Labour at 11% , delighted , the further they fall the better. Nothing really between FG, FF and SF , soon like the Sterling and euro they'll be Parity!

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    Fair to say, Labour are fu(ked.
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