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Thread: Sunday Times Poll 31/3/13

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    Default Sunday Times Poll 31/3/13

    Fine Gael 27 (+1)
    Fianna Fail 23 (-1)
    Labour 7 (-4)
    Sinn Fein 15 (-4)
    Greens 2 (-1)
    Independents 27 (+6)

    A nod to the scoop by Dr Five over on PW.org
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    Another poll. My head is going to explode.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toxic avenger View Post
    Fine Gael 27 (+1)
    Fianna Fail 23 (-1)
    Labour 7 (-4)
    Sinn Fein 15 (-4)
    Greens 2 (-1)
    Independents 25 (+7)
    Why do they never ask me, I'd tell them.
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    I suspect DDI are in the Independents somewhere. Pollsters tend not to include parties that never had TDs.

    25% for Independents. Wow. Clearly the public are losing patience with the Establishment parties. Time for something new.

    Bad poll for the Left especially. Labour on half the vote of SF!
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    FG and independents celebrating, everyone else crying into their skinny lattes.

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    this poll probably is as you would expect. these figures are around where I think the parties are

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    This is now the point being reached by the Labour Party. . .


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    The government might want to consider a poll tax.
    The Daily Mail -- the world's biggest cut-and-paste operation.

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    These constant polls are tedious and largely pointless...

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    One point. Labour on 5% in 1987 still won 12 seats. So it might not be quite an extinction event.
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