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Thread: SBP/Red C poll: 29/3/09

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    Default SBP/Red C poll: 29/3/09

    FF 28 + 5;
    FG 31 + 1;
    LAB 17 - 5;
    SF 7 - 4;
    GREEN 7 + 1;
    IND 10 + 2.

    How will factual ever spin the SF vote on this one?
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    So the FF who went on holiday to labour just went back

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    Greens are actually up one to seven.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VeryVert View Post
    Greens are actually up one to seven.
    Sorry, my error. I have amended the OP.

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    How the duck is the FF number so high?

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    FG still the most popular party for the 8/9 consective opinion poll, and about 9th time in a row they've polled in the 30's

    I would love to meet that 28% of people that would give FF their 1st prefernce, I mean thick is not the word.

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    Alas, poor Labour Bounce! I knew him, SBP. A party of inflated expectations. He hath talked of being bigger than FG a thousand times....

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerrynorth View Post
    FF 28 + 5;
    FG 31 + 1;
    LAB 17 - 5;
    SF 7 - 4;
    GREEN 7 + 1;
    IND 10 + 2.

    How will factual ever spin the SF vote on this one?
    Add another 20 years to their Slow Release Strategy!

    Surprised to see FF up that much - but it won't last.

    FG must be breathing a sigh of relief though as the Enda Factor seems to have bottomed out.

    Labour must be a bit disappointed (esp this weekend) but realistically it was a lot to hope for to hang on to the previous figure
    - its still pretty good BTW.

    Greens are staying put so - having the best of both Worlds.

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    If there were a General Election and Fianna Fail got back in, I would actually emigrate as I'd have lost all faith in the electorate and I say that in all seriousness.

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    Wtf is up with FF, 28%? Stupid inbred morons, shouldn't be given the right to vote.

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